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Semester I | STUDY GUIDE

1. Be able to distinguish when to use PNGS, 8. Be able to identify tools used in Photoshop
GIFs and using JPGs. and Illustrator.
PNGs are created from making screenshots,
We use these graphics on our websites.
GIFs are used for animations. JPGs are used
when we take photos
2. Be able to list which files should be included
on the weebly website.
(1) Sky School Logo & T-Shirt 10-24
(2) Calendar 2018 - 11-1
(3) Career Flyer 11-3
(4) Pop Art 11-8 9. Be able to describe two methods of
(5) ADEN Logo - 11-17 importing graphics into Weebly.
(6) Animation 11-22 Enter an image/PNG by dragging in an
(7) Holiday Cup 11-22 image box and uploading from your
(8) Selective Coloring 11-28 computer. If it is not a PNG, drag in the
(9) Colorize a Vintage Photo 11-30 document option, then upload from your
(10) CBE Business Logo - 12-6
(11) Photoshop Manipulation 12-11
(12) Vintage Postcard 12-13 10. Be able to identify the 6 different lighting
BONUS: Color Sphere patterns to use in the photography studio.
3. Be able to explain what kinds of files are Split lighting
produced from Photoshop and Illustrator. Loop lighting
Photoshop-PSD Rembrandt lighting
Illustrator-AI Butterfly lighting
4. Be able to identify which program shows Broad Lighting
the metadata from a file. Short Lighting
Bridge 11. Be able to identify the best unit of
measurement that should be used when
5. Be able to mix and match the descriptions
creating a website.
of the elements and principles of design.
Elements of design are point, line, shape,
form, space, color, and texture. Design
principles are balance, proportion,
perspective, emphasis, movement, pattern,
repetition, rhythm, variety, harmony, and
6. Be able to identify f-stops and shutter
speeds. Know when to use them for
different circumstances.
Slow shutter speeds allow more light into 12. Be able to explain the process of saving
the camera sensor and are used for low- files for web and devices when using
light and night photography. Fast shutter Photoshop.
speeds help to freeze motion. The f- Choose File > Save For Web & Devices
stop number halves the size of the aperture 13. Be able to describe how you can review the
opening. size of a document in Photoshop.
7. Be able to identify which resolution and Image > Image size
color mode you should be using for web 14. Be able to explain how you reduce or
graphics versus printed graphics. increase the size of the graphic without
RGB color mode if your artwork is going to distorting the image.
be used on computer screens. If your Hold shift, and drag the corner of your
artwork is being printed, create files in image to increase its size. If in Photoshop,
CMYK. Print res=300 Web res=72 CMD+T, then drag the corners.

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15. Be able to explain the process of creating a 23. Identify the different layer styles and effects
new website using weebly. offered in the layers panel.
Sign up for a Weebly Account, pick design
layout of your website, choose a theme,
subdomain, begin to edit your website.
16. Be able to identify which file extensions
match which software programs.
.AI- illustrator
.DOC- Microsoft word
.INDD- Indesign
17. Be able to identify how to change the
camera mode from aperture priority to
shutter speed priority.
AV= aperture priority 24. Describe how to use a new font in
TV = time priority Photoshop you have found online for free.
18. Be able to explain how you can import an Download install
image into an existing page and then 25. Identify how to make a photo look old-
explain how to change the size of image fashioned using Photoshop.
without distorting it. Image mode greyscale
File > Place > CMD+V 26. Describe how to blur the background of an
19. Be able to identify which file type is used to image using Photoshop.
create an animation in Photoshop. Background Filter > blur; Blur tool
GIF 27. Describe how to remove acne from a photo
20. Identify all of the different types of blend using Photoshop.
modes and be able to identify how each Spot healing tool
one changes a graphic.
28. Describe how to add a vignette to a photo
in Photoshop.
Adjustment layer gradient
29. Describe how to use a new Photoshop
brush you have found online for free.
ABR file, download and install
30. Describe the qualities needed in a quality
logo design.
Simple easy to read color
31. Describe how to remove color from one
area of a photo, while keeping color on
other areas of the photo.
Sponge tool
32. Describe how to rotate an image in
Hold your cursor a little bit away from the
21. Identify which keys are used to create a corner of your image. A curved, double
copyright symbol using a Mac keyboard. sided arrow should appear. Drag till you
Option g find your desired angle.
22. Identify 2 ways to protect your artwork 33. If a photo is too dark and shadowed, what
online. can you do in Photoshop to improve it?
Watermark or Copyright Levels or adjust brightness. burn/dodge

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34. What can you do to edit a photo in All Sharpen filters (except for Sharpen
Photoshop if the photo is too light? Edges) , The following filters under Filter >
Levels (CMD L) Stylize: Diffuse, Emboss, Trace Contour
35. What information is provided from a JPG
that was created using a DSLR camera?
Camera lens date dimensions, file type,
color mode, Write out 60 keyboard shortcuts related to Adobe
36. What is missing from the metadata of a Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and general use of
PNG that would be provided in the the computer. Here is a link to get you started:
metadata of a JPG? https://www.nobledesktop.com/shortcuts/photosho
Camera lens shutter speed, apature/ f-stop, pcc2017/pc
ISO, resolution
37. How would you increase the saturation of a https://makeawebsitehub.com/adobe-photoshop-
colored photo using Photoshop? keyboard-shortcuts
Image > Hue/Sat
38. Identify which colors should be used to https://www.nobledesktop.com/shortcuts/illustrato
elicit different emotions or psychological rcc2017/mac


Save As: Command Shift S

Save for Web: Command Shift Option S
Undo: Command Z
Step Back: Command Option Z
Duplicate: Command J
Duplicate all visible Layers: Command Shift Option E
Hide Extras: Command H
Full-screen: F
Default Colors: D (black and white)
Flip Foreground and Background colors: X
Hand tool while in another tool: Hold Spacebar
Fill with Background color: Command Delete
Fill with Foreground color: Option Delete
Open Fill dialog box: Shift Delete
Decrease/Increase Brush Size: [ or ]
Deselect: Command D
Restore Last Selection: Shift Command D
Move tool while in painting tool: hold Command
39. Identify different career paths available in
Eyedropper while in any paint tool: hold Option
the field of graphics, communication,
Cross-Hair Cursor on any painting tool: Caps Lock
and/or media.
Lock transparent pixels: / (back slash)
Graphic designer, Architects, Animator,
Commit edits when typing: Command Return
product designer
Fill with background color: Command Delete
40. Be able to identify various filters and editing
Fill with foreground color: Option Backspace
options in Photoshop.
Fill dialog box: Shift Backspace
All Blur filters (except for Lens Blur and
Sample as background color: Option (w/
Smart Blur), All Distort filters, The Noise >
Add Noise filter, All Pixelate filters, All
Eyedropper while in any paint tool: hold Option
Render filters (except for Lighting Effects),
Cross-Hair cursor: Caps Lock

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Switch between preset Brushes: < or >
Cycle through blend modes: Shift + or Shift
Select all Opaque Pixels: Command click on Layer
Inverse: Shift Command I
Deselect: Command D
Restore Last Selection: Command Shift D
Feather Selection: Shift F6
Draw Marquee from Center: Hold Option
Add to a Selection: Shift
Subtract from a Selection: Option
Intersect with a Selection: Shift-Option
Move Marquee while drawing selection: Hold Space
Select layer luminosity: Command Option Shift
Normal: Shift Option N
Dissolve: Shift Option I
Behind (Brush tool only): Shift Option Q
Clear (Brush tool only): Shift Option R
Darken: Shift Option K
Multiply: Shift Option M
Color Burn: Shift Option B
Linear Burn: Shift Option A
Lighten: Shift Option G
Screen: Shift Option S
Color Dodge: Shift Option D
Linear Dodge: Shift Option W
Overlay: Shift Option O
Soft Light: Shift Option F
Hard Light: Shift Option H
Vivid Light: Shift Option V
Linear Light: Shift Option J
Pin Light: Shift Option Z
Hard Mix: Shift Option L
Difference: Shift Option E
Exclusion: Shift Option X
Hue: Shift Option U
Saturation: Shift Option T
Color: Shift Option C
Luminosity: Shift Option Y