Photoshop Tip of the Day - Moving Multiple Layers at Once

In Photoshop, if you want to move several layers at the same time, just multiple-select them first with the Shift key. If you are moving the same layers over and over again, first..

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How to Remove Backgrounds in Adobe Photoshop - Video Tutorial

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Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts For Windows

[tabs style="default"] [tab title="Windows Application Menus"][twocol_one] File  New... Ctrl+N Open... Ctrl+O Browse in Bridge... Alt+Ctrl+O or Shift+Ctrl+O Open..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Background Layer

The Background layer in Photoshop is a unique layer that is locked and cannot be moved, reordered, or transparent. But you can convert it into a regular layer. New in Photoshop..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Moving Several Layers at Once

In Photoshop, do you need to move several layers at the same time? There are two ways. One way is to multiple-select the layers by using Command (Mac) or Control (Windows) if they..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Hiding Layers

In Photoshop, if you want to see just one layer, press and hold the Option key (Alt on Windows) and click the eyeball in the Layers panel to hide any layers that are currently..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Notes Tool

Do you have notes that you want to store right there with your Photoshop document? Press and hold the Eyedropper tool to display the hidden tools behind it. Select the..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Lasso Tool

When using the Lasso or Magnetic Lasso tools in Photoshop, hit the Delete key (Mac) or the Backspace key (Windows) to remove unwanted segments, then continue on with making your..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day: Selections

When selecting in Photoshop, you can use the SHIFT key to add to the selection, or the ALT key to take away from the selection.

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Brackets

Use the brackets [ ] to change the size of the brushes. It saves time!

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - Filtering Images

In Photoshop, if you add a filter to your image, it will permanently change the underlying pixels. To keep with the practice of non-destructive editing, try this: first Go to..

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Photoshop Tip of the Day - History States

By default, Photoshop sets the number of history states to 20. By going to Preferences and then Performance you can change that number from 1 to 1,000. Set it higher for more..

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