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18 Quick Photoshop Tips for Beginners "& Reminders for Pros"

from Photoshop Training Channel

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!

from Photoshop Training Channel

Use The Exposure Adjustment Layer To Create Shadows


Watch: 28 Incredible Photoshop CC Tips And Hacks That You Might Not Have Known -

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Carey Jolliffe Graphic Arts presents “The psychology of color”

"Carey Jolliffe Graphic Arts is a full-service boutique design collective based in Denver, CO specializing in branding, packaging, identity, corporate collateral, point of purchase, direct mail and...

Adobe Photoshop CC Tutorials for Beginners

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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

50 Basic Photoshop Tutorials For Beginners

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How I Created This Viral Puddle Reflection Picture in Photoshop

My name is Michael Pistono, and I’m a 28-year-old photo enthusiast living in Honolulu, Hawaii. I was recently playing around with a reflection photo when I had the idea of creating another one out of a puddle — one that featured both tall buildings and an airplane. The photo I ended up creating in Photoshop (shown above) went viral online. Here’s a look at how it was made.

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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…