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If you hold Alt (Mac: Option) while creating a new Adjustment Layer, you'll open up the New Layer window which lets you Choose the Blending Mode and Opacity. You can also give the layer a name, and set it as a Clipping Mask.

If you hold Alt (Mac: Option) while creating a new Adjustment Layer, you'll open up the New Layer window which lets you Choose the Blending Mode and Opacity. You can also give the layer a name, and set it as a Clipping Mask.

Immediately after using most tools or applying filters and adjustments, you can "fade" the changes you applied by going to Edit > Fade, or pressing Ctrl Shift F (Mac: Command Shift F). In the Fade window you can reduce the opacity of the last adjustment, as well as change the blending mode.Keep in mind that the Fade command is only available immediately after you apply your changes. If you do anything else in between, including saving your image, you won't be able to use it.Also, the Fade…

Use The Fade Command

Immediately after using most tools or applying filters and adjustments, you can "fade" the changes you applied by going to Edit > Fade, or pressing Ctrl Shift F (Mac: Command Shift F). In the Fade window you can reduce the opacity of the last adjustment, as well as change the blending mode.Keep in mind that the Fade command is only available immediately after you apply your changes. If you do anything else in between, including saving your image, you won't be able to use it.Also, the Fade…

In CS6 and newer, you can go into the Window Menu and select Arrange > New Window for [name of your document], this will allow you to have the same document opened in 2 different windows. You can then go into Window  > Arrange > 2-up vertical to tile the 2 windows side-by-side. This is very useful when you want to both, work in an extreme zoom level, and also want to see the entire image as you make your adjustments. Any changes you make in one window will instantly be applied to the second.

How To Use The “New Window For” Command

In CS6 and newer, you can go into the Window Menu and select Arrange > New Window for [name of your document], this will allow you to have the same document opened in 2 different windows. You can then go into Window > Arrange > 2-up vertical to tile the 2 windows side-by-side. This is very useful when you want to both, work in an extreme zoom level, and also want to see the entire image as you make your adjustments. Any changes you make in one window will instantly be applied to the second.

Photoshop allows you to save an HTML file that contains a list of all keyboard shortcuts, even the custom shortcuts that you have set. You can view that file on your browser or you can print it. To save this HTML file, open the Keyboard Shortcuts and Menus panel by pressing Ctrl Alt Shift K (Mac: Command Option Shift K). Then under the Keyboard Shortcuts tab, press the Summarize button and select a location and name for your file, and press save. #Photoshop

View or Print a List of All Keyboard Shortcuts

Photoshop allows you to save an HTML file that contains a list of all keyboard shortcuts, even the custom shortcuts that you have set. You can view that file on your browser or you can print it. To save this HTML file, open the Keyboard Shortcuts and Menus panel by pressing Ctrl Alt Shift K (Mac: Command Option Shift K). Then under the Keyboard Shortcuts tab, press the Summarize button and select a location and name for your file, and press save. #Photoshop

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In Photoshop CS6 and newer, press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to open up the Preferences panel and choose the Interface tab. Then, under Appearance, you can select the color theme for your interface. If you hold Ctrl Alt Shift and click (Mac: Option Command Shift Click) on any of the 4 color boxes the icons will change from boxes to toast bread. Do this one more time and the icons will become coffee cups. This has no affect on the look of your interface, but they are fun little icons to look at!

Color Theme Easter Egg

In Photoshop CS6 and newer, press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to open up the Preferences panel and choose the Interface tab. Then, under Appearance, you can select the color theme for your interface. If you hold Ctrl Alt Shift and click (Mac: Option Command Shift Click) on any of the 4 color boxes the icons will change from boxes to toast bread. Do this one more time and the icons will become coffee cups. This has no affect on the look of your interface, but they are fun little icons to look at!

Photoshop remembers the last curve you applied. If you hold Alt (Mac: Option), then go to Image > Adjustments > Curves, the Curves window will open up using the last curve that you applied. You can then edit the curve or press OK to apply it. This does not work when creating a Curves adjustment layer.

Redo Last Used Curve

Photoshop remembers the last curve you applied. If you hold Alt (Mac: Option), then go to Image > Adjustments > Curves, the Curves window will open up using the last curve that you applied. You can then edit the curve or press OK to apply it. This does not work when creating a Curves adjustment layer.

If you hold Alt (Mac: Option) while creating a new Adjustment Layer, you'll open up the New Layer window which lets you Choose the Blending Mode  and Opacity. You can also give the layer a name, and set it as a Clipping Mask.

If you hold Alt (Mac: Option) while creating a new Adjustment Layer, you'll open up the New Layer window which lets you Choose the Blending Mode and Opacity. You can also give the layer a name, and set it as a Clipping Mask.

To easily set the kerning (space) between two characters, click in between any two characters while the Type tool is active. Then hold the Alt key (Mac: Option) and press the left or right arrow keys to decrease or increase the space in between those characters.

To easily set the kerning (space) between two characters, click in between any two characters while the Type tool is active. Then hold the Alt key (Mac: Option) and press the left or right arrow keys to decrease or increase the space in between those characters.

In CS6 or newer, go to the Swatches panel (Window > Swatches) and in the flyout menu choose 'Photo Filter Colors'. You can then append or replace the current swatches with 20 new color swatches that you can use to apply a photo filter to your image. For example, to warm your image create a new layer and fill it with any of the warm colors, then change the blending mode to Soft Light and adjust the opacity accordingly. You can fill the layer with any of the other swatches to get different ...

Photo Filter Colors In The Swatches Panel

In CS6 or newer, go to the Swatches panel (Window > Swatches) and in the flyout menu choose 'Photo Filter Colors'. You can then append or replace the current swatches with 20 new color swatches that you can use to apply a photo filter to your image. For example, to warm your image create a new layer and fill it with any of the warm colors, then change the blending mode to Soft Light and adjust the opacity accordingly. You can fill the layer with any of the other swatches to get different ...

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