An interesting effect that blurs an image in toward a center point or rotates it around a center point. The effect is similar to the photographic technique of making a zoom lens time exposure that creates a tunnel effect in toward the subject.
The process of creating pixel data from vector elements.
The strength of a textured filter effect as it is applied to the image. In a burlap filter, for example, the relief affects the perceived depth of the weave.
To convert a type layer from the scalable, PostScript-based character format to a static, pixel-based format. The conversion is often necessary before other Photoshop effects can be applied.
The detail within a digital image, as determined by the number of dots (or pixels) per inch.
A color process using red, green, and blue color variables. This is the native format for digital files, as created from scanners and digital cameras. There are multiple RGB color models to choose from, including Adobe, sRGB, and Apple RGB. Each offers a specific color range, and care should be taken when deciding which model to use.
A graphic that changes as you pass your mouse over a specific spot on the screen.
To change the presentation of an image, as if by placing a print of the image on the desktop and spinning itnothing about the image changes except the presentation.