25 Tips and Tricks to work with Photoshop
The Photoshop app is what many artists in digital World, photographers, graphic designers, and even more many web developers have it in common. Thou that sets us apart in how we use the tool.
How to copy a part of a document composed of several layers:
When you select an area of a document and press Ctrl + C to perform the copy operation, that area will only be copied from the selected layer. But if you want to copy all the layer components in that new layer in a new layer, you can do it by adding the Shift key to the Ctrl + C keys.
See your documents together:
At the start of Photoshop (Dinosaur Life) When you open a few documents, Photoshop will display them in front. That means the images are opened one after the other, which is called Cascading. But if you want to put your open image in your example, just open the Documents menu from the Windows menu and select the Tile option.
Presentation Mode to Customers in Photoshop:
It’s time to show your final design to the customer, but you do not want the customer to know that you’ve worked with Photoshop. The reason for this is that the customer immediately says:
You work with Photoshop, and my neighbor also has this program) and the meaning of this is that my neighbor can do this for me at no cost to me. You can press the F key twice on the keyboard and press the Tab key once to get the photo viewer in Photoshop. And You can see that the layout is covered by a black background and the menus are removed.
Travel between documents:
If you work with more than one document, you can navigate between documents by pressing the Ctrl + Tab keys.
View active layer and hide other layers:
If you have a multilayered document, you can see the only layer you are working on. You can do this by pressing the Alt key and clicking on the eye icon in the layer layers palette. Repeat this again to view all layers again.
Create circle choices:
When you draw a circle, Photoshop draws the circle by default from the point you click. You can keep the circle from holding Alt key while drawing a circle
Draw a center. If you want your circle to be round, you can use the Shift key.
Delete line layouts:
If you have dozens of manuals for the script in the layout and now you want to delete them, you do not need to drag them one by one out of the document environment, but you can select the Clear Guides option from the View menu.
Change the Quick Mask settings:
If you want the red color in the Quick Mask environment of your choice or if you want to use another color for the Quick Mask environment, just double-click on the icon by which you enter this environment.
Selectable Layer Moving Between Layers:
Using the Ctrl + key, you can move your selected layer below your bottom layer, and with the Ctrl + key you can move the selected layer to the top of the top layers.
Hide selection mode:
To do this, just press the Ctrl + H keys after the operation. In this case, your selection will not be deleted, but will only be hidden from the view and reappear every time the mouse button is pressed on it or dragged it.
Get rid of pixels in black and white edges:
If you work on a picture with a combination of different photos and add a picture that has a white or black background, its edges may have white or black pixels. To get rid of these pixels, select the Matting option from the Layer menu, and then, depending on the color, select Remove White Matte or Remove Black Matte.
RGB and CMYK simultaneously:
If you are working on an RGB document and you know that the image will be in CMYK for the final print, in order to view the final image in CMYK mode and compare it with the current RGB document, you can select Document from the Windows menu and then New Select Windows. This will open a different view of the existing document. Return to your original document and continue to work. You can see that what you are doing is also applied to the CMYK document.
Place the guide in your preferred location:
If you know where exactly you want to put the guide lines on them