Photoshop Keyboard shortcuts to speed up your workflow

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Photoshop shortcuts to speed up your workflow –Part 2 :

Photoshop shortcuts to speed up your workflow –Part 2

These shortcuts include layering, text, viewing and image handling.:

These shortcuts include layering, text, viewing and image handling.

When working in Photoshop, simple tasks can become a hindrance to your workflow. So to help out, we've got a great selection of Photoshop shortcuts right here, all guaranteed to speed up your workflow once you get the hang of them.:

When working in Photoshop, simple tasks can become a hindrance to your workflow. So to help out, we've got a great selection of Photoshop shortcuts right here, all guaranteed to speed up your workflow once you get the hang of them.

Copy multiple layers MAC: Shift+Cmd+C WINDOWS: Shift+Ctrl+C:

Copy multiple layers MAC: Shift+Cmd+C WINDOWS: Shift+Ctrl+C Draw a selection, then use this command to take every layer into the clippig , rather than just the current layer selection.

Reselect MAC: Cmd+Shift+D WINDOWS: Ctrl+Shift+D:

Reselect MAC: Cmd+Shift+D WINDOWS: Ctrl+Shift+D This is a great command for any of you that accidentally click away from a section. Pressing these buttons will have that section reselected in no time.

Invert selection MAC: Cmd+Shift+I WINDOWS: Ctrl+Shift+I:

Invert selection MAC: Cmd+Shift+I WINDOWS: Ctrl+Shift+I Select objects around an already pre-selected image. This way, you'll be able to work around your main focus without losing it!

Select all layers MAC: Cmd+Opt+A WINDOWS: Ctrl+Alt+A:

Select all layers MAC: Cmd+Opt+A WINDOWS: Ctrl+Alt+A A perfect command for those times when you need to get everything in sync.

Select bottom layer MAC: Opt+Comma(,) WINDOWS: Alt+Comma(,):

Select bottom layer MAC: Opt+Comma (,) WINDOWS: Alt+Comma (,) This will select the bottom layer in the layers panel.

Select top layer MAC: Opt+Period(.) WINDOWS: Alt+Period(.):

Select top layer MAC: Opt+Period (.) WINDOWS: Alt+Period (.) This will select the top layer in the layers panel.

Deselect from the selection area MAC: Opt+drag WINDOWS: Alt+drag:

Deselect from the selection area MAC: Opt+drag WINDOWS: Alt+drag If you need to deselect a certain area sharpish , then hit these keys.

Deselect all but the intersected area MAC: Shift+Opt+drag WINDOWS: Shift+Alt+drag:

Deselect all but the intersected area MAC: Shift+Opt+drag WINDOWS: Shift+Alt+drag If you don't want to deselect an area, you can use this shortcut to ensure you're clicking on what you want.

Deselect the entire image MAC: Cmd+D WINDOWS: Ctrl+D:

Deselect the entire image MAC: Cmd+D WINDOWS: Ctrl+D If you need to get away from the image, use this shortcut to deselect anything that you've clicked on.

Find the sizing handles MAC: Cmd+T, Cmd+0 WINDOWS: Ctrl+T, then Ctrl+0:

Find the sizing handles MAC: Cmd+T , Cmd+0 WINDOWS: Ctrl+T , then Ctrl+ 0 When pasting a layer or selection into a Photoshop image and it's bigger than the current image, it can be difficult to find the sizing handles. This command selects Transform and sizes the image inside the window so you can see the sizing handles.

Move a selection MAC: Spacebar+Marquee Tool WINDOWS: Spacebar+Marquee Tool:

Move a selection MAC: Spacebar+Marquee Tool WINDOWS: Spacebar+Marquee Tool Want to move a selection easily? Simple press and hold the Spacebar and continue to do so until the selection is in the correct place.

Select individual channels MAC: Cmd+3(red),4(green),5(blue) WINDOWS: Ctrl+3(red),4(green),5(blue):

Select individual channels MAC: Cmd+3 (red), 4 (green), 5 (blue) WINDOWS: Ctrl+3 (red), 4 (green), 5 (blue) Selecting with Photoshop Channels makes removing a complex object from the background much easier than with other tools. And using this shortcut makes it even simpler.

Select a colour from an image MAC: Opt+Brush Tool WINDOWS: Alt+Brush Tool :

Select a colour from an image MAC: Opt+Brush Tool WINDOWS: Alt+Brush Tool When working with a Photoshop brush, if you want to sample a colour from an image, instead of clicking the Eyedropper tool, simply hold the Alt or Option key to switch temporarily. Then let go to return to the Brush tool.

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