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8 Illustrator Tips And Tricks For Faster Work

Did you know that the Symbols panel in Adobe Illustrator is a great way of building a collection of artwork that you can quickly draw from in-between

When you have text highlighted in Photoshop, you can press Ctrl Shift >/< (Mac: Command Option >/<) to increase/decrease the size of your text by 1 point. You can also press Ctrl Alt Shift >/< (Mac: Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Photos, Photoshop Illustrator, Photoshop Photography, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Ideas, Photoshop Actions, Photoshop Lessons

Copyright Your Work

It’s always a good idea to copyright your work and a good way of doing so, is to embed your copyright information into your image metadata. To do so, Press Ctrl Alt Shift I (Mac: Command Option

Don’t just desaturate images (by going to Image > adjustment > desaturate) to make black and white photos. Instead, make a Black and White adjustment layer (In the Layers panel) and use the six color Photography Software, Photography Lessons, Photoshop Photography, Photography Tutorials, Digital Photography, Lightroom Tutorial, Photoshop Tips, Photoshop Elements, Learn Photoshop

Better Black and White Images

Don’t just desaturate images (by going to Image > adjustment > desaturate) to make black and white photos. Instead, make a Black and White adjustment layer (In the Layers panel) and use the six color

When creating a mask you may miss a few pixels, especially when using the brush tool. To find these stray pixels, apply the Stroke Layer Style. You will then see where those pixels are, and you can mask them out! Remove the Stroke where you're done. Photoshop Website, Cool Photoshop, Photoshop Photos, Photoshop Brushes, Photoshop Design, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Actions, Learn Photoshop, Photoshop Ideas

Finding Stray Pixels While Creating Masks

When creating a mask you may miss a few pixels, especially when using the brush tool. To find these stray pixels, apply the Stroke Layer Style. You will then see where those pixels are, and you

When you're in Adobe Bridge, you can quickly return to Photoshop by pressing the Boomerang icon in the Options bar. Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Photos, Photoshop Brushes, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Actions, Photoshop Ideas, Learn Photoshop, Photography Software

Use The Boomerang Icon To Return To Photoshop

When you're in Adobe Bridge, you can quickly return to Photoshop by pressing the Boomerang icon in the Options bar.

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How To Change The Canvas Color

To change the Canvas color (The area outside of a document’s boundaries), Right-clicking anywhere on the canvas and select any shade of gray that you like (from Black to Light Gray). To select any other

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Adjust Multiple Images in Camera Raw

If you’re using Camera Raw, you can adjust several images at once by first selecting the files you want in Adobe Bridge. Then right-click (Mac: Control-clicking) on any of the selected images and choose “Open in Camera Raw” from

In the 'New' window (File > New), you can create a document by using two separate units of measurement, for example inches for width and pixels for height. To do so, simply hold Shift while you select the second unit from the drop-down menu. Photoshop Lessons, Learn Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Ideas, Photography Software, Photography Tools, Flash Photography

Create a New Document With Two Different Units of Measurement For Width and Height

In the "New" window (File > New), you can create a document by using two separate units of measurement, for example inches for width and pixels for height. To do so, simply hold Shift while

When choosing File > Save As, Photoshop takes you to the folder where your last file was saved, which may not be the same folder as where your current file resides. If you would like Photoshop Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Lightroom, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Actions, Photoshop Ideas, Learn Photoshop, Photoshop For Photographers, Photoshop Photography

Scrolling While Using The Lasso Tool

When using the Lasso tool and you’re nearing the edge of the canvas and you need to scroll over to continue drawing your selection, press-and-hold the Spacebar without letting go of mouse button. This will

When creating a Lens Flare (Filter > Render > Lens Flare) press-and-hold… Photoshop Website, Photoshop Software, Learn Photoshop, Photoshop For Photographers, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Actions, Photoshop Ideas, Adobe Photoshop

Precise Lens Flare

When creating a Lens Flare (Filter > Render > Lens Flare) press-and-hold the Alt (Mac: Option) key while clicking on the image preview to bring up the Precise Flare Center dialog box where you can

Press Ctrl H (Command H) to hide or reveal a selection’s “marching ants”. Adobe Photoshop, Learn Photoshop, Photoshop Photos, Photoshop Illustrator, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop Ideas, Photoshop Actions, Lightroom

Hide The "Marching Ants" (Selection)

Press Ctrl H (Command H) to hide or reveal a selection’s “marching ants”.