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Test Bank for Adobe Photoshop for Fashion Design (Updated Edition) by Susan M. Lazear

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  • ISBN-10:  0131191934 / ISBN-13:  9780131191938
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    • Publication: 2007
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    Table of content:

    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    Adobe Creative Suite CS4: What’s New
    The CS4 User Interface
    Application Bar
    Document Tabs
    New Panels
    Adjustments Panel
    Masks Panel
    Tools Panel
    Photoshop Menus
    Introduction
    Intended Audience
    Layout of the Book
    Files on the DVD
    Artwork Used in the Book
    Version of Photoshop?
    How to Approach Your Studies with This Book
    Working with Menu Operations
    Working with Tools, Dialogs, and Palettes
    Chapter 1: Overview of Adobe Photoshop
    The Photoshop Approach to Design
    Pixel-Based Design
    Object-Based Design
    Photoshop Concepts and Terminology
    Concept 1: Painting vs. Drawing in Photoshop
    Concept 2: Pixels Need to Be Understood
    Concept 3: Understanding Resolution
    Concept 4: The Role of Anti-Aliasing
    Concept 5: Using Foreground vs. Background Palette Colors
    Concept 6: Selections Are Created by Shape or Color
    Concept 7: Editing and Transforming Selections
    Concept 8: Use of Layers
    Concept 9: Use of History Palette (History States and Snapshots)
    Terminology Refresher
    The General Approach to Design
    Painting and Drawing Freehand
    Utilizing a Digital Image
    Editing a Digital Image
    The General Process of Design
    User Interface and the Working Environment
    The Document Window
    The Toolbox (Tools Palette)
    Palettes
    Menus
    Basic Maintenance Operations
    Preferences
    Setting up a Document
    Creating a Preset
    What Is Resolution?
    Saving Files
    File Formats
    Using Built-in and Online Help
    Maneuvering Your Way around a Document
    Zooming in and out
    Panning
    Going Back in Time
    File>Revert
    Adjustment Layers
    History States (History Palette)
    Snapshots
    Saving Your Workspace
    Chapter 2: Focus on Selections and Layers
    Selections
    Creating Selections by Shape
    Marquee Tools
    Lasso Selection Tools
    Adding to and Subtracting from Selections
    Refine Edge (CS3)
    Move Tool
    Creating Selections by Color or Color Range
    Magic Wand Tool
    Color Range Command (Select Menu)
    Creating Selections through Painting
    Quick Selection Tool (CS3)
    Quick Mask
    The Select Menu
    All
    Deselect
    Reselect
    Inverse
    All Layers
    Deselect Layers
    Similar Layers
    Color Range
    Refine Edge… (CS3)
    Modify
    Grow
    Similar
    Transform Selection
    Load Selection… and Save Selection
    Edit Menu Functions Pertaining to Selections
    Fill
    Fade… and Fade Fill…
    Stroke
    Converting a Selection to a Path
    Layers and the Layers Palette
    Background vs. Layers
    Overview of the Layers Palette
    Layer Options
    Layer Button Bar
    Layers Palette Menu
    Layer Basics
    Layer Operations
    Chapter 3: Quick Start: Self-Portrait à la Warhol
    The General Process of Design
    Student Gallery
    Self-Portraits
    Quick Exercise, Part 1: Setting up and Preparing Multiple Copies of Your Photo
    Goal
    Photoshop Tools and Functions
    Quick Overview of the Process
    Step-by-Step
    Quick Exercise, Part 2: Experiments in the Style of Andy Warhol
    Goal
    Photoshop Tools and Functions
    Quick Overview of the Process
    The Warhol Style
    Step-by-Step
    Quick Exercise, Part 3: Building a Self-Portrait à la Warhol (or other artist)
    Goal
    Photoshop Tools and Functions
    Quick Overview of the Process
    Chapter 4: Painting and Drawing: The Tools
    Paint and Paint-Type Tools in the Toolbox
    The Brush Tool and Pencil Tool
    The Color Replacement Tool
    The Brush Preset Picker
    The History Brush and Art History Brush Tools
    The Eraser Tools
    The Shape Tools
    The Paint Bucket
    The Gradient Tool
    The Clone Stamp Tool
    The Pattern Stamp Tool
    Retouch Tools
    Healing Brush
    Spot Healing Brush Tool
    Patch Tool
    The Focus Tools: Blur, Sharpen, and Smudge
    The Darkroom Tools: Dodge, Burn, and Sponge
    Draw and Object-Based Tools in the Toolbox
    Overview of Paths and the Vector Thought Process
    The Pen and Related Tools
    The Selection Tools
    Vector Terminology and Concepts
    Shape Tools (in Path Mode)
    Vector Tools and Shape Layers
    Type Tools
    Other Tools in the Toolbox
    Chapter 5: Menus
    Basic Maneuvering through the Menus
    Photoshop Menu
    Preferences
    Services (Macintosh only)
    Hide Photoshop/Hide Others/Show All (Macintosh only)
    Quit Photoshop (Mac)
    File Menu
    New
    Open…
    Browse…
    Open as Smart Object… (CS3)
    Open Recent
    Device Central (CS3)
    File Close and Save Commands
    Revert
    Place
    Import and Export Commands
    Automate
    Scripts
    File Info
    Page Setup
    Print with Preview (CS2)
    Print…
    Print One Copy
    Exit (Windows Only)
    Edit Menu
    Undo/Redo
    Step Forward/Step Backward
    Fade…
    Clipboard Functions
    Check Spelling / Find and Replace Text
    Fill…
    Stroke
    Free Transform
    Transform
    Auto-Align Layers
    Auto-Blend Layers
    Define Brush Preset
    Define Pattern
    Define Custom Shape
    Purge
    Adobe PDF Presets…
    Preset Manager
    Keyboard Shortcuts
    Menu…
    The Image Menu
    Mode
    Adjustments
    Duplicate
    Apply Image
    Calculations
    Image Size
    Canvas Size
    Pixel Aspect Ratio
    Rotate Canvas
    Crop
    Trim
    The Layer Menu
    Smart Filter (CS3)
    Smart Objects
    Type
    Rasterize
    Arrange
    Align Layers to Selection
    Distribute
    Matting
    The Select Menu
    The Filter Menu
    Last Filter
    Convert for Smart Filters (CS3)
    Extract
    The Filter Gallery
    Liquify
    Patternmaker
    Artistic Filters
    Blur Filters
    Brush Stroke Filters
    Distort Filters
    Noise Filters
    Pixelate
    Render Filters
    Sharpen Filters
    Sketch Filters
    Stylize Filters
    Texture Filters
    Video and Other Filters
    Analysis Menu
    View Menu
    Zoom Level Controls
    Screen Mode
    Extras and Related Functions
    Window Menu
    Arrange
    Workspace
    Remaining Menu Items
    Help Menu
    Chapter 6: Photoshop’s Key Palettes
    Photoshop’s Workspace
    The Layout and Language of Palettes
    Palettes (defined)
    Selection Tools
    The Toolbox
    The Navigator Palette
    The Layers Palette
    The History Palette
    The Color Palette
    The Swatches Palette
    Adobe’s Color Picker
    The Brushes Palette
    The Paths Palette
    Basic Exercises
    Overview
    Exercise #1: Setting up a Document and Workspace
    Exercise #2: Image and Document Settings: Working with Resolution, Image Size, Cropping, and Canvas
    Exercise #3: Improving the Quality of a Digital Image
    Exercise #4: Working with Adjustments and Adjustment Layers
    Exercise #5: Working with Layers and the Layers Palette Button Bar
    Exercise #6: Creating and Working with Selections
    Exercise #7: Using the Quick Mask to Build or Improve Selections
    Exercise #8: Techniques for Reducing the Number of Colors in an Image
    Exercise #9: Recoloring Imagery
    Fashion Exercises
    Composite Building
    Fashion Design in Photoshop
    The Fashion Composite (Collage)
    Exercise #1: Composite: Working with Selections on the Background
    Exercise #2: Composite: Working with Selections Using the Clipboard and Multiple Layers
    Exercise #3: Creating a Promotional Composite
    Exercise #4: Building a Color Trend Composite Utilizing Travel and Fashion Imagery
    Drawing Flats and Illustrations
    Exercise #5: Drawing Flats on a Fashion Croquis
    Exercise #6: Drawing Flats on a Grid Using Paths and Vector Tools
    Exercise #7: Working with the SnapFashun Library of Flats
    Exercise #8: Translating a Hand-Drawn Fashion Pose to Digital Format
    Exercise #9: Coloring Line Art Images
    Exercise #10: Extracting a Pose from a Fashion Photo
    Exercise #11: Illustrating Fashion with Art Medium Brushes
    Exercise #12: Laying Fabric into Garments
    Exercise #13: Laying Fabric into a Fashion Pose Using Color Mapping
    Exercise #14: Working with Clipping Paths
    Textile Design Exercises
    General Textile Terminology
    Photoshop Fill Pattern Terminology
    Things to Note When Working with Fill Patterns
    Exercise #1: Using the Pattern Maker Filter
    Exercise #2: Extracting a Motif to Create a New Pattern Design
    Exercise #3: Motif Development
    Exercise #4: Creating Repeat Patterns Using the Block, Brick, and Half-Drop Repeat Networks
    Exercise #5: Using the Offset Filter to Create Repeats
    Exercise #6: Creative Techniques for Pattern Repeat
    Exercise #7: Planning Multiple Colorways for Textile Prints and Creating a Custom Palette
    Exercise #8: Building Multiple Colorways for Textile Prints
    Exercise #9: Rendering Fabrics
    Exercise #10: Rendering Fabrics to Scale
    Exercise #11: Rendering Plaids in Photoshop
    Exercise #12: Rendering Knits
    Presentation Exercises
    Planning Layouts
    Planning up Front
    Combining Multiple Images into a Layout
    General Work Flow in Creating a Layout
    Exercise #1: Creative Techniques with Type
    Exercise #2: Using Layer Styles
    Exercise #3: Creating Interest in Layouts
    Exercise #4: Merchandising with Snapshots
    Exercise #5: Prepping Graphics for Presentations
    Exercise #6: Using Actions to Facilitate the Design or Graphic Preparation Process
    Exercise #7: Building an Electronic Portfolio Using Adobe Acrobat

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