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#1 SpleenBeGone

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Posted 30 May 2015 - 07:21 AM

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#2 davidsmith36

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Posted 27 June 2016 - 12:17 AM

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This is something i was looking for so long.

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#3 marktom

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Posted 04 November 2016 - 09:03 PM

Thank You So Much Really This is usefull



#4 iberis

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Posted 08 February 2017 - 01:36 AM

Thank you for sharing this post. Really helpful for designers



#5 kr123

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Posted 01 June 2017 - 11:59 PM

Thank for sharing.  :)



#6 marshdunning

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Posted 05 October 2017 - 05:02 AM

Thanks a lot. It is helpful. 



#7 swapna8

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Posted 15 February 2019 - 05:30 AM

Thank you so much for sharing valuable information in this format  :)



#8 AdrianG001

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Posted 19 December 2019 - 01:02 PM

There are so many keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop. You can also define your own custom shortcut.

How to Get Set Up

  • Control + Alt + i (Command + Option + i) = Amend the image size.
  • Control + Alt + c (Command + Option + c) = Adjust canvas size.
  • Control + + (Command + +) = Zoom in.
  • Control + – (Command + -) = Zoom out.

 

How to Choose the Right Tools

  • v = Pointer
  • w = Magic Wand
  • m = Rectangular Marquee
  • l = Lasso
  • i = Eyedropper
  • c = Crop
  • e = Eraser
  • u = Rectangle
  • t = Horizontal Type
  • b = Brush
  • y = History Brush
  • j = Spot Healing Brush
  • g = Gradient
  • a = Path Selection
  • h = Hand
  • r = Rotate View
  • p = Pen
  • s = Clone Stamp
  • o= Dodge
  • z = Zoom Tool
  • d = Default Foreground and Background Colors
  • x = Switch Foreground and Background Colors
  • q = Edit in Quick Mask Mode

How to Use the Brush Tool

  • , or . = Choose preceding or next brush style.
  • Shift + , or . = Choose first or last brush style used.
  • Caps Lock or Shift + Caps Lock (Caps Lock) = Show exact crosshair for brushes.
  • Shift + Alt + p (Shift + Option + p) = Toggle airbrush option.

How to Use the Marquee Tool

  • Control (Command) = Toggle between Slice tool and Slice Selection tool.
  • Shift + drag = Draw square slice.
  • Alt + drag (Option + drag) = Draw from center outward.
  • Shift + alt + drag (Shift + option + drag) = Draw square slice from center outward.
  • Spacebar + drag = Change the position of the slice when creating the slice.

How to Use Different Blending Options

  • Shift + + or – = Cycle through blending modes.
  • Shift + Alt + n (Shift + Option + n) = Normal mode
  • Shift + Alt + i (Shift + Option + i) = Dissolve
  • Shift + Alt + k (Shift + Option + k) = Darken
  • Shift + Alt + g (Shift + Option + g) = Lighten
  • Shift + Alt + m (Shift + Option + m) = Multiply
  • Shift + Alt + o (Shift + Option + o) = Overlay
  • Shift + Alt + u (Shift + Option + u) = Hue
  • Shift + Alt + t (Shift + Option + t) = Saturation
  • Shift + Alt + y (Shift + Option + y) = Luminosity


#9 shrikant275

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Posted 27 April 2020 - 06:27 AM

Thanks for sharing such an informative peace of information about the photo shop shortcuts. It helps to many designers.

 

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