. . . . Thank you very much, Kenneth! Ctrl + Shift + U, used for quick desaturation.
. Alt-Drag Selection Make Copy of Selection when not in Move tool. . . . Command+O, Used to open a new file.
Command + R, with this shortcut you can show or hide the ruler depending upon your requirements. None of it is hard to learn, and all of it will help enhance both your productivity and creativity. Using This Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts Guide Although the pictured keyboard above is a Mac Keyboard, all of these Photoshop keyboard shortcuts will work for Windows as well. . .
. Click one layer, then Shift-Click another layer Delete Layer. . If you have several images open at a time, cycle through them by pressing Ctrl+Tab Windows or Control+Tab Mac. . . Check out the full post at: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: For more tutorials and how to videos check out our extensive Photoshop and photography video channel: We cover everything from Photoshop tutorials, photography tutorials, how to videos and more! With Marcy Sutton, Yoav Weiss, Lyza D.
Shift-Arrow Keys Select all Opaque Pixels on Layer. . Command + ;, this can be used to show and hide the guides. Command + M, Use this to quickly edit the curves. Shift + Ctrl + N, Use this to create a new layer. I was using the mouse way too much and it took me a while in memorizing most if not all the shortcuts for the software.
Tab Hide all panels except Toolbox and Options bar. . . Command + U, This shortcut can be used to edit them. . .
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. Y Rotate View Tool …. Ctrl Command Temporarily switch to Zoom Out tool and change the Open Image button to Open Copy and the Cancel button to Reset. . .