The Photoshop ACA exam will test your understanding of basic design vocabulary words. In this video, Mike Rankin reviews key terms such as raster and vector, resolution, rasterize, bitmap, image size, document size, resizing, resampling, paths, vectors, fills, strokes, and rendering.
- [Instructor] The ACA exam will test your understanding … of basic design vocabulary words, … so let's review some key terms. … First, we'll talk about two basic types of digital images, … raster and vector. … Raster refers to the kind of digital images … that are composed of a rectangular grid of pixels. … And a pixel is the smallest unit … with which Photoshop can define a single point of color. … When you're working with pixel-based images in Photoshop, … you're working with raster images … and raster images have resolution. … Resolution is a measure of … the density of the pixels in a raster image. … So an image that had a resolution of 600 pixels per inch … would have a high density of pixels … so it would be high resolution and appear much more detailed … than say an image that had … a resolution of 60 pixels per inch … which would be considered low resolution. … So we say that raster images are resolution dependent. … Images that are entirely composed of vectors, … those you could create with Adobe Illustrator …
- Benefits of ACA certification
- Creating a study plan
- Planning a project
- Identifying design elements such as typography
- Using layers and masks
- Using brushes, shapes, and patterns
- Drawing and painting
- Transforming graphical elements
- Preparing images for print and web
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC 2019 New Featureswith Deke McClelland1h 48m Intermediate
1. Become an Adobe Certified Associate
2. Create a Personal Study Plan
3. Exam Objectives: Working in the Design Industry
4. Exam Objectives: Project Setup and Interface
5. Exam Objectives: Organizing Documents
6. Exam Objectives: Creating and Modifying Visual Elements
7. Exam Objectives: Publishing Digital Media
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