Welcome to another edition of Shortcut Sundays!
Today brings many more Photoshop keyboard shortcuts, shortcuts which can be the answer to your prayers for more time.
Each keyboard shortcut can often save 2, 3, or 4 clicks of the mouse, plus your time reading pop-up dialog boxes which may appear at each step.
While one shortcut may not seem like that much of a time-saver, over the course of an entire photo project they can really add up.
Maybe all of them won't be useful for you, but the repeated use of the ones most commonly used in your work will make your life easier...help you get back some of your precious time.
That being said, here are today's Shortcut Sunday tips:
X switches your foreground and background color palettes
B brings up the brush tool
T brings up the text tool
J brings up the healing tool
W brings up the wand tool
Ctrl -Tab when you're working from several photos at once, your desktop can get pretty messy. Using this shortcut lets you quickly switch between layers
Ctrl -Shift-N adds a new layer to your work and includes the dialog pop-up box
Ctrl - Shift - Alt -N adds a new layer to your work instantly, without the dialog pop-up appearing
That's it for today's Shortcut Sunday tips. Be sure to try them out immediately while fresh in your mind. Even if you don't think you'll use them, by trying them just once or twice you may find that you'll remember them at just the right time in the future when you need them.
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