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How to display images in Photoshop
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Tools your should Learn
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Select all objects
Tips for Moving objects exactly
Duplicating objects
Shifting your origin the smart way

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PRE-Flight Printing
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PhotoShop
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Why color's don't match
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The Magic Wand
Using Two Windows
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How to display images in two windows - Photoshop
Grabber Hand Tool
The Undo Command
The Move Tool
 
Display The Same Image In Two Windows

When doing detail work on an image you may need to zoom in to take a closer look at the pixels. But to make sure that any changes you're making in this magnified state will look realistic at a normal view you'll have to zoom out for a quick look. Here's a great tip - instead of zooming in and out you can have the same image open in two windows at the same time.
With an open image selected choose Window> Arrange> New Window (the original file name will be listed). The same image will now appear in a new second window.
Keep one window set at 100% to see your effects, and work in the second window - either zoomed in or zoomed out.

Instant Grabber Hand
Ever been frustrated by having to switch tools to move your image around the canvas? Here's the solution Press the Spacebar to temporarily activate the Hand Tool. Click to move an image freely inside a canvas area that is smaller than the image. Release the Spacebar and the hand tool will revert back to the current tool you have selected

Quick Revert - The Undo Command
To undo your last image modification Press Control+Z), and repeat the shortcut to undo the undo. Toggling back and forth like this is a good technique to review the before and after effects of a one-step change to an image, like dodge or burn
NOTE: Photoshop has ONE undo level. Ctrl Z will revert / repeat.
To go back further (more undo's) Press
Ctrl+Alt+Z to select history movements. In this manner, you can undo back to any stage, although difficult to hold hand around those keys, but faster than individual selecting history components.

The Move Tool & The Arrow Keys
Get in the habit of calling up the Move Tool with the keyboard shortcut, which is the letter V. Also, once the Move Tool is active you can use your Keyboard Arrow Keys to nudge a layer or selection in 1 pixel increments. To speed things up, Press Shift along with an arrow key to nudge in 10 pixel increments.
Important Tip:  Always stay in Move Tool Mode, safer between steps of thoughts of creativity. Today, all our graphic artists have developed the habit of immediately switching tools to sit idle in the Move Tool, less errors..

 

   

 

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