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2.7: Learning Checkpoint

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    Question \(\PageIndex{1}\)

    What is the difference between Global and Local Adjustments?

    1. Global: change around the world; Local: change around your community.
    2. Global: edits made to a specific area of a photograph; Local: edits made to the entire photograph.
    3. Global: edits made to the entire photograph; Local: edits made to a specific area of a photograph.
    Answer

    c. Global: edits made to the entire photograph; Local: edits made to a specific area of a photograph.

    Question \(\PageIndex{2}\)

    Choose all that apply. The first overall adjustments to be applied should be:

    1. Retouching
    2. Filters
    3. Color
    4. Contrast
    5. Sharpening
    6. Burning
    7. Brightness
    Answer

    c. Color

    d. Contrast

    g. Brightness

    Question \(\PageIndex{3}\)

    What is the correct order of general steps in the retouching workflow?

    1. Save > Global adjustments > Local adjustments > Crop and rotate > Spot removal > Prepare image for output
    2. Save > Global adjustments > Crop and rotate > Spot removal > Local adjustments > Prepare image for output
    3. Save > Local adjustments > Crop and rotate > Spot removal > Global adjustments > Prepare image for output
    Answer

    b. Save > Global adjustments > Crop and rotate > Spot removal > Local adjustments > Prepare image for output

    Question \(\PageIndex{4}\)

    It is preferable to use Adobe Camera Raw as the first editing program for retouching because it allows for non-destructive editing, which means pixels are not lost and the image quality is maintained.

    1. True
    2. False
    Answer

    a. True

    Question \(\PageIndex{5}\)

    Which program is preferable to use for local adjustments?

    1. Adobe Bridge
    2. Adobe Camera Raw
    3. Adobe Photoshop
    4. Apple Photos
    Answer

    c. Adobe Photoshop

    Question \(\PageIndex{6}\)

    Which of the following selection tools is the least used to edit photographs?

    1. Lasso tool
    2. Magnetic lasso tool
    3. Rectangular marquee tool
    4. Quick selection tool
    5. Magic wand tool
    Answer

    c. Rectangular marquee tool


    This page titled 2.7: Learning Checkpoint is shared under a CC BY 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Jessica Labatte and Larissa Garcia (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI)) .

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