- Adjustment Brush
A local adjustment tool in Develop that allows you to brush on a specific effect in a limited area.
- Adobe RGB
A working color space based on the standard computer RGB colors created by Adobe Systems. It includes a wide gamut of colors that makes it a very flexible color space for use in Photoshop.
Computations, formulas, and procedures — the software-based steps or instructions used in digital devices and programs to process data.
Using software to soften and blend rough edges (called aliased).
- Archival storage
Using external nonmagnetic media such as DVDs and CDs to store information long term.
A defect in an image or other recorded data created by the tool used to record or output; something in an image that did not exist in the original scene but was inadvertently added to the photo by the technology.
- Aspect ratio
The proportion of an image comparing the height and width.
- Background color
The color chosen in Slideshow for the background behind the image.
- Batch processing
A way of making one or more changes, such as brightness or color adjustments, to a group or batch of image files all at once.
The smallest unit of data in a computer.
- Bit depth
The number of bits required to represent the color in a pixel. With more bit depth, more colors are available. This increases exponentially (in base 2). True photo color starts at 8-bit but has ...
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