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||a file with an ABR file extension is a Photoshop Brush file
||Photoshop Actions contain a series of steps that play by clicking a single file. Actions for resizing, apply effects and other commands can be created in the full version of Photoshop, but can be played in both the full version and Elements.
Photoshop and Elements come with a number of predefined actions installed. You can use and customize these actions. Actions can be purchased and downloaded from the web.
||a file with an ASL file extension is a Photoshop Layer Style file
||a file with an ATN file extension is a Photoshop Action file
||An avatar is a small photo used to represent you in online interactions such as the Community and Idea Gallery
||A Photoshop brush is the digital equivalent of a rubber stamp.
The Foreground color is used to "stamp" an image onto your digital project.
Learn how to load and use a Photoshop Brush here:
|Double Page Spread
||Term used to describe two coordinated scrapbook pages that will appear side-by-side in an album
term used to describe two scrapbook pages that will appear side-by-side in an album
||When used in the context of a message in our Community Forums, the term ETA means "Edited to add"
||High Dynamic Range
"The dynamic range (ratio between dark and bright regions) in the visible world far exceeds the range of human vision and of images that are displayed on a monitor or printed. But whereas human eyes can adapt to very different brightness levels, most cameras and computer monitors can reproduce only a fixed dynamic range. Photographers, motion picture artists, and others working with digital images must be selective about what’s important in a scene because they are working with a limited dynamic range.
High dynamic range (HDR) images open up a world of possibilities because they can represent the entire dynamic range of the visible world. Because all the luminance values in a real-world scene are represented proportionately and stored in an HDR image, adjusting the exposure of an HDR image is like adjusting the exposure when photographing a scene in the real world."
You can merge images with different exposures to create an HDR image.
||term used to describe the design of a scrapbook page
||An Overlay is a .PNG image that can be dragged on top of a digital project or scrapbook page. Some parts of the overlay are transparent, allowing the project underneath to show through.
||When used in the context of a message in our Community Forums, the term PM means "Private Message."
Private Messages can be sent and received through the Community Forum using the link below your name and stats at the top right corner of the Forum screen.
This is often followed by a number like PSE7, PSE8. The number indicates the version of Photoshop Elements you are using.
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||Stamps are another term for Photoshop Brushes here at Designer Digitals
||A Photoshop Stroke is an outline made by using the Menu command: Edit > Stroke
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