2014 Latest 100% Pass Guaranteed Adobe 9A0-150 Practice Tests (51-60)

You want to add a white, 20 pixel border around all four outside edges of a flattened photograph.
What should you do?

A.    Choose Select > All. Then choose Edit > Stroke. Set the stroke Location to Outside, the Width to
20 px, the Color to white, and the Blending Mode to Normal. Click OK.
B.    Choose Image > Canvas Size. Then select the Relative checkbox, select the center anchor square,
set Width and Height to 40 pixels, and choose White as the Canvas Extension Color.
C.    Choose the Line tool. In the Options bar, set the Color to white and Weight to 20 px. Switch to the
Rectangle tool, and drag diagonally from one corner of the photograph to the opposite corner.
D.    Set the Foreground color to white. Choose Image > Image Size. Deselect Constrain Proportions,
choose pixels as the unit of measurement, add 40 to both the Width and Height fields, and click OK.

Answer: B

You want to reshape a photograph from landscape (horizontal) to portrait (vertical) orientation using the Content-Aware Scale command. What should you do to ensure important details in the image are not distorted?

A.    Click the Lock Image Pixels button in the Layers panel.
B.    Copy the important details to a new layer before you choose Edit > Content Aware Scale.
C.    Make a selection around the important areas before you choose Edit > Content Aware Scale.
D.    Select an alpha channel in the Protect menu in the Options bar.

Answer: D

You have a photograph of a skyscraper in which the building appears tilted to the left. You’d like to straighten the building vertically and crop away any resulting transparent pixels in as few steps as possible. What should you do?

A.    Drag the Ruler tool along the edge of the skyscraper; then click the Straighten button in the Options bar.
B.    Drag the Ruler tool along the building edge; then choose Image > Image Rotation > Arbitrary.
C.    Drag the Crop tool over the image, rotate the bounding box so that one edge is in line with the building
edge, and press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS).
D.    Hold down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key while dragging the Line tool along the building
edge; then press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS).

Answer: A

You’re using the Crop tool to crop a photograph of a building. The Crop Guide Overlay menu in the Options bar is particularly useful for which tasks? (Choose two.)

A.    Displaying a grid you can use as a guide for fixing the building’s distorted perspective.
B.    Improving the composition of the photograph with reference to the Rule of Thirds.
C.    Adding crop and trim marks to the photograph for printing.
D.    Changing the orientation of the photograph from landscape to portrait.
E.    Enlarging the canvas size to make room for a caption under the photograph.

Answer: AB

You need to add copyright metadata to hundreds of images. Which is the most efficient way to do this?

A.    Create an action in Photoshop.
B.    Use a metadata template in Bridge.
C.    Choose File > Automate > Batch in Photoshop.
D.    Use the File Info dialog box in Bridge.

Answer: B

You want a list of edits performed on an image to automatically travel with the image file for future reference. What should you do?

A.    Choose Preferences > General. Select History Log > Save Log Items To > Metadata.
B.    Choose History Options from the History panel menu, and choose Automatically Create New Snapshot
When Saving.
C.    Choose File > File Info. Then select the History tab and click Import.
D.    Choose File > Scripts > Scripts Event Manager

Answer: A

When you save a layered image in Photoshop (PSD) format, the Photoshop Format Options dialog box appears. By default, the Maximize Compatibility option selected. Why might you leave
Maximize Compatibility selected?

A.    To allow older versions of Photoshop to open a flattened composite of the layered file.
B.    To preserve the appearance of layer masks and alpha channels in the document.
C.    To reduce the file size of the document by compressing layer data.
D.    To preserve the editability of text and vector objects within the document.

Answer: A

You have a layered document that contains both vector and raster elements. You want to place it in a page-layout program for printing on a printing press. Which format should you choose to ensure vector elements print at the highest quality?

A.    Photoshop PDF
B.    Photoshop PSD
C.    TIFF
D.    JPEG

Answer: A

You have a photo of a red car on a mountain road. You need to select the car to use with a different background. Which tool is the quickest and most effective one for selecting the car?

A.    The Quick Selection tool
B.    The Magic Wand tool
C.    The Selective Color command
D.    Quick Mask Mode

Answer: A

You’re using a photo of a leafy green tree against a light blue sky as an illustration for a magazine article. You want to make the sky more blue. Which is the best way to select the sky, including the sky between the leaves?

A.    Use the Magic Wand tool to select most of the sky, and then choose Select > Similar.
B.    Use the Quick Selection tool to select most of the sky, and then choose Select > Grow.
C.    In Quick Mask Mode, paint the sky between the leaves.
D.    Use the Magic Wand tool to select most of the sky, and then use the Patch tool to select the sky between
the leaves.

Answer: A

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