Photoshop Quick Tip : Find your layers fast

When you’re working on a large document in Photoshop with many layers, a quick way to jump to the layer you want to work on is to:Select the Move tool by pressing V on the keyboard.Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac) on a portion of the image. A menu will...

Photoshop Tutorial: Transforming text

Some of my trainees are surprised to find that they can apply many transformations to text in Photoshop without having to rasterize the layer. You can Scale, Rotate, Skew, Warp, Flip Horizontal and Vertical and STILL go back and edit your type without any problems. To...

Photoshop Quick Tip: Time Yourself!

Photoshop can tell you how long you are spending on different commands as you work. To find out (if you really want to know how long you play with each toy, I mean tool), then click on the right-facing triangle at the bottom of the document window. Usually you will...

Photoshop Quick Tip: Minimise the Toolbox

I'm in Spring Cleaning mode at the moment. Yesterday's tip was about getting rid of clutter in your Photoshop workspace by clearing away your palettes. Here's another quick one. Just double-click on the bar at the top of the toolbox and it is instantly minimised down...

Photoshop Quick Tip: Flip those guides!

Yesterday we saw how you can use the guides to help you find the centre of your document. Today’s Photoshop tip shows you how you can flip a guide from being a vertical guide to being a horizontal (or vice versa). Let’s pretend you’ve pulled out a vertical guide when...

Photoshop Tutorial : Fake InfraRed !

In this tutorial, you'll see how to use the Channel Mixer, Gaussian Blur and Film Grain in Photoshop to create the impression of an photograph which has been taken using a camera with an infrared filter. The effect works really well and can completely change the look...

Photoshop: Quick Tip – Image Processor

The Image Processor in Photoshop CS2 is a new tool which allows you to process multiple images. Unlike the Barch command, you don't have to create an action before using the Image Processor to process your files. It can do lots of cool stuff that would normally be...

Photoshop: Quick Tip – Removing a Colour Cast

Some images contain color casts (imbalanced colors), which may occur during scanning or which may have existed in the original image, particularly older photographs. You'll find that some of your images look very cold - they have a blue cast, or often photographs...

Photoshop: Quick Tip – Push Your Pixels x 10

When you have the Move tool (V) selected in Photoshop you can move an entire layer, or if you've made a selection, you can move the selection using the arrow keys on the keyboard Up, Down, Left or Right. Each time you press an arrow, your layer or selection will move...

How To Rename Your Brushes In Photoshop

When you're choosing or browsing through your list of brushes in Photoshop, you'll notice there are quite a few unwieldy names such as “Airbrush Tilt Size and Angle 75”. That's fine if you rarely use those brushes but you may find that there are a certain set of...

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