- Adobe Photoshop Lightroom was developed in order to…
- make more money for Adobe
- make Photoshop obsolete
- make Photoshop easier to learn
- streamline photo editing workflow
- create a loss-less photo editing program
2. What does TAT stand for?
- Targeted alignment tool
- Total alignment tool
- Test adjustment tool
- Targeted adjustment tool
3. Which of the following sliders affects dull colors the most and already saturated colors the least?
- Clarity control
- Shadows slider
- Vibrance slider
- Highlights slider
4. What is the function of a “Synchronize Folder”?
- Import new photos
- Scan for metadata updates
- Remove missing photos from catalog
- All of these
5. The lens defect that causes the edges, especially the corners, of an image to be darker than the center is called:
6. True or False? You can still make tonal adjustments to grayscale images.
7. To edit a photo in Lightroom you would use what module?
8. What does HSL stand for?
- Heat, Saturation, Light
- Hue, Softness, Luminance
- Heat, Softness, Light
- Hue, Saturation, Luminance
9. Lightroom is available for all of the following operating systems EXCEPT…
10. Lightroom 5 supports 32-bit TIFF files.
11. In Lightroom it is possible to copy and paste:
- Image adjustments
- (all of these)
12. Which of the following tools automatically tries to balance the colors in an image for you?
- Overall Exposure
- Finishing Effects
- Automatic Toning
13. True or False? deleting a collection will delete both the collection and the photos themselves.
14. To edit photos in Lightroom you would use which module?
15. Extraneous visible artifacts that degrade image quality is called:
- Image noise
- Color shift
- Picture grains
- Image fuzz
16. What does the little exclamation point icon that appears above the top right of a thumbnail indicate?
- The photo’s keyword information has been lost
- Lightroom can’t find the original photo
- The photo will load quickly when opened
- The photo will load slow when opened
17. What kind of photo editing software is Lightroom?
- Vector based
- Reference based
18. Where can you find the 2 auto conversion methods used to convert your images from color to black and white?
- The Basic panel and the HSL/Color/B&W panel
- The Basic panel and the TAT/Color/B&W panel
- You can only use the Basic panel to convert your images from color to black and white
- The Basic panel and the Shadows slider
19. Which of the following shortcuts is used to bring up the Import window?
- None of these
- Command-Shift-I (PC: Ctrl-Shift-I)
- Command-Shift-B (PC: Ctrl-Shift-B)
- Command-Shift-W (PC: Ctrl-Shift-W)
20. The representation of the number of pixels in a photo at each luminance percentage is called:
- A histogram
- A wave form
- A light graph
- An ambient wave
21. Which of the following is NOT an option when choosing how often to automatically back up your catalog database?
- These are all options you can select
- Once a day, when exiting Lightroom
- Once a week, when exiting Lightroom
22. The ____________ is what your image looks like if you charted the exposure on a graph.
- exposure highlights
- exposure chart
23. True or False? Third party software is needed to shoot tethered (shooting straight from your camera, right into Lightroom).
24. True or False? Virtual Copies create a physical copy of the image on your hard drive.
25. While in both the Library and Develop Modules hitting the letter C does what?
- Applies automatic Contrast
- Opens Compare View
- Applies automatic Clarity
- Starts the Crop Tool
26. True or False? It is possible to create web pages from within Lightroom.
27. What is the keyboard shortcut to open the selected photo in the Develop module?
- Shift + P
- Cmd (ctrl) + D
- Shift + D
28. What does the Solo Mode do in the panel section?
- It allows you to work on a single image
- It allows you to use one panel at a time (useful on smaller screens)
- It allows you to save one image only
- It allows you to work on a single computer
29. What file formats are recognized by Lightroom?
- JPEG, PSD, PDF, GIF
- DNG, TIFF, JPEG, PSD
- DNG, TIFF, JPEG, PSD, PNG, GIF
- DNG,TIFF, JPEG, PSD, AVI, MOV, MP4
- DNG, TIFF, JPEG, PSD, CMYK
30. True or False? Lightroom 4 can edit video.
31. When rating photos in Lightroom, how are star ratings cleared?
- Shift + esc
- Shift + 0
32. What is the database of photo locations and edits called by lightroom?
33. Where can you control the Lights Out Mode in Lightroom?
- On the File Handling tab in Lightroom’s preferences
- On the External Handling tab in Lightroom’s preferences
- On the Interface tab in Lightroom’s preferences
- On the General tab in Lightroom’s preferences
34. How do you hide side panels in Grid view?
35. Lightroom Edits photos via:
- Masks & Filters
36. To access full screen mode in Lightroom:
- View/window/screen options/full screen
- Press F key or go to window/screen mode/full screen
- Shift + F
- Only by using menu option window/screen mode/full screen
- Only by pressing F key
37. What is the keyboard shortcut for Library grid view?
- Cmd (ctrl) + L
- Shift + L
- Shift + G
38. Which of the following is NOT one of the 4 choices you can select when choosing how fast larger previews will appear when you zoom in on one once it’s in Lightroom?
- Embedded & Sidecar
39. What does clarity do?
- Adds sharpness.
- Adds more contrast.
- Makes the picture blurry.
- Controls mid-tone contrast.
40. How do you change the crop bounding box to portrait format from landscape format?
- Shift + X
- Shift + Ctrl + X
- This can only be done by entering a custom crop ratio.
41. What keyboard shortcut cycles forward / backward through Lightroom’s lights out modes?
- L / option+L
- L / cmd+L
- L / alt+L
- L / shift+L
- L / cmd+shift+L
42. Which of the following Library module controls are only available from the loupe view?
43. True or False? Linear image data can be converted to mosiac data.
44. When mapping your photos, you need not be online.
45. When adding metadata to photos, Lightroom applies the data to which files?
- Proprietary camera raw files
- Sidecar XMP files
- Preview XMP files
- Synchronized Lightroom files
46. Which of the following is NOT true about DNG files?
- DNG stands for Digital Negative
- All of these
- DNG files don’t need a separate sidecar
- DNG files are larger than RAW files
47. When rating photos in Lightroom, how is a green label assigned?
48. True or False? Any develop adjustments, ratings, flags, or color labels applied to a collapsed stack affect all of the photos in the stack.
49. Lightroom 5 supports 32-bit PSD files.
50. Clicking the “+” button in the Snapshot tab will:
- Create a virtual copy
- Save metadata to file
- Save a snapshot to easily return to a rendition you like
- None of these
- Save a snapshot to your desktop folder
51. What is the keyboard shortcut for before and after view?
52. When rating photos in Lightroom, how is a blue label assigned?
53. When applying a targeted adjustment with the Adjustment Brush which slider is not an option?
54. In which module is the print profiling tool?
55. What are the 4 default ways to search your photos using the Metadata options?
- Date, Camera Body, Lens, Label
- Date, Size, Location, Time
- Date, Camera Body, Lens, Size
- Date, Camera Body, Location, Time
56. When searching for photos using the Find panel, which symbol do you put before a word to exclude it from the results?
57. What is the keyboard shortcut for creating a virtual copy within Lightroom?
- Shift + v
- Shift + ‘
- Cmd (ctrl) + c
- Cmd (ctrl) + ‘
- Cmd (ctrl) + v
58. Which effect slider is no longer present in Lightroom 4?
59. How many auto conversion methods are there for converting your images from color to black and white?
60. Which of the following is NOT true about adding keywords to photos in Lightroom?
- None of these
- You can create a keyword that has sub-keywords
- You can’t delete a keyword permanently from the Keyword List
- You can drag-and-drop keywords in the Keyword List panel right onto photos
61. In the Detail panel of the development module, which setting adjusts edge definition?
62. What is the keyboard shortcut for adding images to the Target Collection?
63. A text string that is replaced by the corresponding option you set is known as a(n):