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88 brilliant little tips for Photoshop you’ll wish you’d known earlier
- PressTabto hide the toolbar and palettes.Shift + Tabwill hide palettes only.
- UseShift + left clickon the blue stripe of the toolbar or on the palettes to move them to the side of the window.
- Double click on the upper blue stripe in any palette window to minimize it.
- Double click on the gray background to open an existing document, whileShift + double clickwill open Adobe Bridge.
- Tired of the dull gray background? Click thePaint Bucket Tool, thenShift + clickon the background, and it will change to the color you chose for your foreground.
- To select all layers pressAlt + Ctrl + A.
- Caps Lockwill change your cursor to a sharper cross.
- PressF to choose from three different display options, which will allow you to make the workbench larger.
- To draw a straight line with a brush or pencil, click once at the beginning of your line, and thenShift + clickat the endpoint.
- Press and holdCtrlto change any tool to Move Tool; release to change it back.
- UseCtrl + Alt + clickto create a copy of an image and move it with your cursor.
- Press and holdSpaceto change any instrument to Hand Tool; release to change it back.
- UseCtrl + Space + clickto zoom in;Alt + Space + clickto zoom out.
- PressCtrland+or —to zoom in or out by percentage points.
- HoldAltwith theEyedropper Tool, and you can take a sample for your background color.
- Draw a line with theMeasure Tool, then press and holdAltand draw a second line out from the endpoint of the first one to measure the angle between them.
- PressCtrl + Alt + Z or Ctrl + Shift + Z to undo or redo a number of actions.
- UseAlt + BackspaceandCtrl + Backspaceto paint the image in the foreground or background color, respectively.Shift + Backspacebrings up the Paint Bucket window.Alt + Shift + Backspaceor Ctrl + Shift + Backspacewill paint your image in the foreground or background color, respectively, while leaving transparent patches as they are.
- HoldingAltand Free Transforming withCtrl + T will transform a copy of the object, whileCtrl + Shift + T will repeat the most recent transformations.
- The size of the canvas can be easily increased with the help of Crop Tool — expand it over the canvas borders and pressOK.
- PressingCtrl + J creates a copy of the current layer.
- Ctrl + Shift + E collates all visible layers, whileCtrl + Shift + Alt + E collates a copy of all visible layers into one new layer.
- SelectMarquee Tooland holdAltto make the starting point the center of a selection.
- UseCtrl + D to undo selection andCtrl + Shift + D to redo it.
- When you create a selection with theMarquee Tool, holdSpaceto move the field and release to continue selecting.
- PressingShiftand+or —changes the layer blend mode to Normal, Dissolve, Multiply, Screen, or Overlay.
- WithBrushor any other tool chosen, you can change the layer transparency by pressing a number on the keyboard — press one key, e.g. 4, to change transparency to 40%. To make it more precise, press and hold 7 and then press 2 to get 72% transparency.
- To hide all layers except the current one, holdAltand click the eye icon near the Layer icon on the Layer palette.
- A color sample can be taken not only in Photoshop, but outside it as well. Resize the Photoshop window so that you see the image to take a sample from, select theEyedropperTool, click inside the Photoshop window, and drag the cursor outside.
- Choose a layer, holdAlt, and click on the border between the upper layer and the current one to create Clipping Mask, thus the upper layer will be visible within the lower one, and the lower one will replace the mask.
- ClickCreate new layeron the Layer palette while holdingAltto open the window with new layer settings.
- Choose a layer, holdAlt, and click on the Trash Can icon on the Layer palette to delete the selected layer without asking.
- File > Automate > Contact Sheet II — this command will create a short preview for each file that is currently opened in Photoshop in a separate document, and sign them.
- The settings of Move Toolhave theAuto Select Layeroption, depending on the place you click.
- While working withMove Tool, pressAlt + Shift + rightclick on different image objects on different layers, and you will be able to select all those layers.
- SelectGrid, drag the upper left corner with the Grid Scales, and the count will start from the place where you released the mouse button. Double click in the upper left corner to reset the starting point to its default position.
- Create a path withPen Tool, and hide/show it withCtrl + Shift + H.
- These are the hotkeys forRGB, CMYK, Indexed color Channels:
Ctrl+““ = RGB
Ctrl+1 = red
Ctrl+2 = green
Ctrl+3 = blue
Ctrl+4 = other path
Ctrl+9 = other path
Ctrl+”" = CMYK
Ctrl+1 = light green
Ctrl+2 = pink red
Ctrl+3 = yellow
Ctrl+4 = black
Ctrl+5 = other path
Ctrl+9 = other path
Ctrl+1 = Indexed
Ctrl+2 = other path
Ctrl+9 = other path
- HoldCtrland expand the red rectangle in theNavigatorpalette, thus zooming in on the image.
- HoldAltand click on any step in the History to copy that step.
- PressAltand drag a step from one Action to another to make a copy of this Action.
- TheLens Flarefilter (Filter > Render > Lens Flare) allows you to set exact coordinates by holdingAltand clicking the Preview window.
- HoldShift + Altto transform an object proportionally, i.e. from the center outwards.
- If you selectMove Tooland then want to copy something, press and holdAltand drag the image. HoldingShift + Altallows you to easily move along the Gridlines.
- If you want to level the horizon or uneven outline after scanning, selectMeasure Tool, draw a line along your curve of choice, then go to Image> Rotate Canvas> Arbitrary. Photoshop will set the angle by itself, and you just need to press OK to correct the image.
- When drawing in Illustrator, copy and paste your image in Photoshop, and it will ask you whether you want to save it in pixel or Shapeformat.
- PressCtrl + R to show theRulespanel.
- To center the image precisely, pressCtrl + A,Ctrl + X,Ctrl + V.
- PressingCtrl + E blends the current layer with the one below it.
- SelectBrush Tooland change the brush diameter by pressing[and].
- Double click on theZoom Toolto return the level of zoom to 100%, while double clickingHand Toolwill expand the image to fit the screen.
- When working with a text, pressCtrl + H to hide the selection of symbols that are already selected.
- If you have some symbols selected, click in theChoose Font Typewindow and use keyboard arrows to choose your font type.
- UsingAlt + left or right arrowchanges the symbol spacing by 10, whileCtrl + Alt + left or right arrowchanges it by 100.
- UsingCtrl + Alt + T creates a copy of the object you want to transform.
- UsingCtrl + Alt + up, down, left, or right arrowcopies the current layer and moves it by 1 px.
- Change your active layer by pressingAlt + [or].
- Move the active layer up or down usingCtrl+[or].
- PressCtrl +to hide Gridlines.
- Ctrl +[+] zooms the image in, whileCtrl + [-] zooms it out.
- Ctrl + Alt +[+] increases the size of the window and zooms it in, andCtrl + Alt +[-] reduces and zooms out.
- When using thePolygonal Lasso Tool, pressBackspaceto undo the most recent step.
- PressX to exchange the background and the foreground colors.
- PressD to reset the foreground and the background colors to the default values of black and white.
- PressF5 to show theBrushessettings palette.
- PressF7 to show theLayerspalette.
- UseCtrl + left clickon the Layer icon in the Layer palette to select the layer contents.
- To see the contents of the layer mask, holdAltandleft clickon it.
- Alt + left clickon the Create Layer Mask icon creates a black mask.
- When usingPolygonal Lasso Tool, holdShiftto draw straight lines with a 45 degree angle tick.
- PressCtrl + G to group the selected layers and organize your work neatly.
- PressCtrl + Shift + N and create a new file with a dialog window pop-up, while pressingCtrl + Shift + Alt + N will create a new layer in the file you are working with.
- The[and]keys reduce or increase the Brush size, respectively;Shift + [or]change its hardness.
- PressAltto transformBurning ToolintoDodge Tool, and vice versa.
- Stamp Toolclones patches of an image (Alt+clickto define the patch to clone). This also works even when you have several images opened in Photoshop, or you can clone any selections from any other images — just place them where you can see them on the screen.
- UseCtrl+clickon the Layer icon to create object selection in this layer. If you need to select more than one object in several layers, hold downShiftas well.
- To blend all the palettes into one, drag the tag of any tab to other palettes and tags, and it will move where you show it.
- PressingEnterwhile working with the text will create a new line, andCtrl + Enteror Enter on the digital keyboard will end writing.
- You can place a layer on any other open image in Photoshop — this is how a layer copy is created. HoldShiftwhile dragging to center the layer contents.
- Create a new 500×500 px Photoshop file, create a new layer, select Brush Tool with a standard round brush of any diameter, and put a dot in the upper middle part of the image (like the 12 position on a clock). PressCtrl + Alt + T to create a copy of the dot, which will allow you to transform it. Drag thePivot Point, the dot in the center of the transformed object, and put it right into the center of the image, then write an angle of 30 degrees and press OK. And now for the magic! PressCtrl + Shift + Alt + T ten times, and you’ll see it!
- You can choose any layer withMove Toolby clicking the necessary part of an object while holding downCtrl.
- Add yet another layer to a layer group by holdingCtrl + Shiftand clicking a part of the object located on another layer.
- You can delete several layers at once by simply dragging a group of layers to the Trash Can icon in the Layer palette.
- Delete the current layer by holdingAltand pressing Lthree times.
- Having applied a filter, you can lighten it up withFadeby pressingShift + Ctrl + F.
- HoldAltand drag a layer mask to another layer to copy the mask.
- A vertical Gridline can be easily transformed into a horizontal one, and vice versa, by selectingMove Tool, holdingAlt, and left clicking the Gridline.
- When you useSave for Web, your document information is lost. To preserve it, useSave As.
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