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ITM Digital Editing Definition Puzzle

Paul Burnett

Puzzle for Digital Editing students to prepare for the coming exam.

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4.A device for taking photographs.
5.A pole on a base of three legs to which a camera can be attached.
10.Filter to add random spotted pattern to a design.
13.This tool works by changing your foreground colour to whatever colour you click on.
14.Method of reducing the size of an image to improve the composition.
19.The clarity of detail in a photo.
20.The distance between the nearest and farthest points that appears in acceptably sharp focus in a photograph. This varies with the lens aperture, focal length and distance to subject. (3 Words)
21.An image made of varying tones of black and white.
25.Refers to the number of pixels in a full size image.
29.This tool let you draw irregular selection borders.
30.The arrangement of the elements (subject and other objects) in a scene or photograph.
1.This tool is useful for selecting areas of an image. It comes in 4 varieties: Rectangular, Elliptical, Single Row or Single Column.
2.The relative size of an object.
3.The colour mode setting for images that will be printed to paper.
6.the three channel colour mode suitable for images to be viewed on screens.
7.The relative opacity (blackness) of an area of a negative, a transparency or a print.
8.Photoshop documents are composed of these, which can basically be described as single transparent sheets which hold particular pieces of an image.
9.This sensor takes the place of film in digital cameras.
11.Refers to the types of colours you will be using in your image. CMYK and RGB are the most important of these modes to be familiar with. (2 Words)
12.The use of opposing elements, such as colours, forms, textures or lines, in close proximity to produce an intensified effect in a photograph.
15.When an image has been enlarged so that the jagged edges of the pixels show and it looks unsharp.
16.A function on the camera to compensate for different colours of light being emitted by different light sources. (2 Words)
17.This tool selects a colour range. It will select the block of colour, or transparency, based on wherever you click. (2 Words)
18.The three colours to which the human visual system, digital cameras and many other devices are sensitive. (3 Words)
19.The degree of hue in colour as perceived subjectively. This effect on colour can be termed strong, vivid, intense, deep, weak, pale, washed out or dull.
22.List of commands that provide controls for copy, paste, tranform etc. (2 Words)
23.The total amount of light allowed falling on a digital camera's sensor during the process of taking a photograph.
24.A lens with the ability to focus from infinity to extremely closely.
26.A file menu command that retrieves an image from another file.
27.Also known as "Value" - The degree of lightness or darkness, or colour variation from cold ____ (blues) to warm ____ (reds), in an area of a print, whether a colour print or a black-and-white print.
28.Picture Element: digital photographs are comprised of thousands or millions of them; they are the building blocks of a digital photo.

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