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Which of the following terms describes the importing of your captured images from a camera into a computer so that you can digitally manipulate them?

archiving

Bit depth

workflow

downloading
downloading
pg. 174
The smallest unit of digital information is a ___.


byte

CCD

bit

pixel
bit
pg. 165
A histogram shows the____ of all the pixels in an image.

megabytes

Color profiles

psd

brightness levels
brightness levels
pg. 172
Resolution refers to:

how many colors are recorded in each pixel.

the amount of memory needed to store an image

the number of pixels per unit of length in an image

The saturation of colors in an image.
the number of pixels per unit of length in an image
pg. 165  
Which of the following conditions will produce an inkjet print of good quality?

100 pixels per inch

1.4 megapixels

300 pixels per inch

4.2 megabytes
300 pixels per inch
pg. 169
Bit depth refers to:

the amount of information contained in each pixel

the number of pixels per inch

the total number of pixels in an image

the capacity of a memory card
the amount of information contained in each pixel
pg. 165
The technical quality of a digital image is determined by the _____ and the _____.

number of pixels/ number of possible values each pixel can hold.

Posterization and plug-ins
time / temperature

Monitor / histogram
number of pixels/ number of possible values each pixel can hold.
pg. 165
When discussing bit depth, eight bits per pixel gives ___.

256 tones

approximately sixteen million colors

one gigabyte

two values
256 tones
pg. 165
A(n) ____is an in-camera, removable storage device that saves images recorded by a digital camera.

memory card

film recorder

scanner

aperture
memory card
pg. 204
Which of the following devices is not used for file storage?

A zip disk.

A flatbed scanner.

A compact disk.

The hard drive.
A flatbed scanner.
pg. 164
To produce a final print of photographic quality inkjet print, you will want to digitize your image at:

300 PPI

200 DPI

150 PPI

72 PPI
300 PPI
pg. 169
The dynamic range of a good scanner should be at least:

2700 ppi

24 bits per pixel

4.2

2.5
24 bits per pixel
pg. 168
Image editing software capabilities can be expanded by purchasing other software made to run within the original application, called ___.

A film recorder

LCD monitor

memory card

Plug-ins
Plug-ins
pg. 164  
In digital images, the image file size corresponds to total number of ___.

CCDs

jpegs

pixels

memory cards
pixels
pg. 164
____ is a type of file format that compresses images by discarding pixels; therefore each time an image is compressed, it loses quality.

PNG

DNG

JPEG
JPEG
pg. 166
8 bits per pixel gives ________ colors.

8

16, 777, 216

2

256
256
pg. 164
A resolution of 240-360 ppi at final output size is appropriate for ____.

a glossy magazine or book

newspapers

the internet

a photographic quality inkjet print
a photographic quality inkjet print
pg. 169
A ________ is used to ________.

flatbed scanner / digitize prints

CD / digitize prints

film scanner / digitize prints

Cell phone / digitize prints
flatbed scanner / digitize prints
pg. 168
_____ is the term that describes the entire range of colors that can be seen, captured, or reproduced by a given device.

Dynamic range

ISO

Gamut

Color management
Gamut
pg. 170
A digital camera uses film to transfer the image to a computer.
False
pg. 164
Finer detail demands more pixels; therefore a larger file.
True
pg. 165
After you digitize an existing image with a scanner, it becomes a series of tones.
False
pg. 164
You may be able to set the exposure manually in a digital camera.
True
pg. 172
1 bit per pixel will produce an excellent rendition of a black-and-white image with a full range of gray.
False
pg. 165
Bit depth alone determines the overall quality of a digital print.
False
pg. 165
A digital image can have a separate histogram display for each channel.
True
pg. 173
Compression allows you to conserve memory and does not visibly affect image quality.
False
pg. 166
Some scanners allow you to focus.
True
pg. 168
Digital imaging, like traditional color film photography, primarily uses subtractive color mode to create colors.
False
pg. 170
Profiles are more important for cameras than printers.
False
pg. 170
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