Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom 2 ACE Exam
You are working on a Raw image using the Adobe Camera Raw dialog box. What will
happen if you click on the Open button in the Camera Raw dialog box?
A. The original Raw image is opened in Photoshop.
B. A new Raw image is opened in the Camera Raw dialog box.
C. A list of Raw images is opened.
D. A copy of Raw image is opened with the camera Raw settings applied in Photoshop.
The Open button in the Camera Raw dialog box opens copies of the raw image files in
Photoshop with the Camera Raw settings applied on it, and leaves the original image
untouched. The images can be edited further and you can save them in any format that
is supported by Photoshop. The Camera Raw settings applied to the camera raw image
are saved either in the camera raw database or in an individual XMP file.
When you printed an image, Lightroom used the image's native resolution, and will
neither upsample nor downsample the file. What can be the cause of this situation?
A. You have set the Lightroom to optimize the resolution, depending on the size of the
B. You have disabled the Print Resolution box.
C. Lightroom is using the default resolution of 240 ppi.
D. Lightroom is using the resolution of the last photograph that was printed.
According to the question, when you printed an image, Lightroom used the image's
native resolution, and will neither upsample nor downsample the file. The reason
behind this is that you have disabled the Print Resolution box.
You are creating an image. You want to make multiple copies of a single object in the
image. so that when you edit one of the copies of the object, all the copies of the object
are updated. What will you do to accomplish the task?
A. Choose Image > Duplicate Object command.
B. Choose Image > Duplicate command.
C. Create a Smart Object.
D. Create dupl