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To get Auto contrast option in Photoshop, select

A. Filter Menu

B. Image>Adjustment

C. File Menu

D. None of the above

You can do it
  1. Which command selects a specified color or color subset within an existing selection or an entire image?
  2. In a grayscale image we get a maximum of _____ shades of color?
  3. The keyboard shortcut for open Color balance is Ctrl+B
  4. We can record any action in the canvas
  5. In Photoshop Red=0 + Green=0 + Blue=0 --- the output is pure Black.
  6. We can colorize a Grayscale image
  7. We can change the color balance of an image with the help of another layer without distorting the actual…
  8. How many type of Marquee Tool are there in Photoshop?
  9. We can change Color balance, Tone balance and Purity of color from
  10. For printing purpose, we use CMYK color model
  11. In Photoshop, maximum how many alpha channels can create in an image?
  12. We can create a selection of predefined size, with the help of Marquee tool
  13. The default size of a web banner is___________*__________
  14. How many Color Modes are there in Photoshop?
  15. The smallest part of a displayed bitmapped image is
  16. We use Dodge Tool to ___________________ the area of image.
  17. Raster Graphic consists of Pixels.
  18. We can find Variation option under Filter menu in Photoshop.
  19. Which one lets you isolate and protect areas of an image as you apply color changes, filters or other…
  20. In Photoshop, we can leave information for another by recording it
  21. For printing purpose, the resolution should be
  22. In a grayscale image we get maximum _______ shades of color.
  23. How many selection tools are there in Photoshop?
  24. The keyboard shortcut of Brush option is
  25. GIF does not support background transparency.
  26. To get Auto contrast option in Photoshop, we have to select
  27. We can find Variation option under Filter menu in Photoshop.
  28. Liquify is a Filter.
  29. How many type of Marquee Tool are there in Photoshop?
  30. We cannot save any Selection in Photoshop.