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Media Arts – Review Day 2 Photoshop Tools and Functions
Marquee Selects rectangles, ellipses, rounded rectangles. Drags a selection or layer to a new location in the image. Allows you draw both straight-edged and freehand segments of a selection border. Allows you to select a consistently colored area (for example, a red flower) without having to trace its outline. Move Lasso Magic Wand
Takes a sample of an image, and applies it over another image Deletes pixels in the image as you drag through them. Allows you to lay down color as one would with a real paintbrush. You can paint in many colors, shapes and sizes. Fills adjacent pixels that are similar in color value to the pixels you click. Brush Eraser Paint Bucket Clone Stamp
Eyedropper Samples a color to designate a new foreground or background color. Allows you to move in and out of an image. Clicking in an image with a type tool puts the type tool in edit mode. Allows you to select and cut and image simultaneously. Zoom Text Crop
The blank document created in Photoshop. Blue mark created to help organize your canvas based on set measures The basic unit of the composition of an image on a television screen, computer monitor, or similar display. The level of detail and clarity of an image. Guide Line: Canvas: Resolution: Pixels:
Layers: Filter: Edit - Free Transform: Edit - Copy: One image stacked on a series of others. Applied to an image to change its appearance. Method of duplicating images. Used to change the size of an image.
Layer that holds changes to an image. Mask: Adjustment Layer: A method of covering part of an image to protect it from changes made.