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Navigating Photoshop

September 9, 2018 - By 

Hola, welcome to FasTuts Photoshop!

Becoming comfortable with moving and interacting with the canvas will go a long way towards mastery over Photoshop and using it successfully for design. Below is a list of the fundamental tips techniques and methods for navigating in Photoshop successfully:

MOVE
Space (hold) – Hand tool (panning)

Enabling Overscroll – Removes the restrictions of the hand tool (edit – preferences – tools)

Ctrl+right-click – Layer menu shortcut (best in mac) (just right-click if you have the move tool selected)

Hold R: rotate (Esc to exit) THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN BEFORE THE ZOOM SECTION IN THE VIDEO, OOPS

ZOOM
Enable Scrubby Zoom – Changes the zoom tool’s behavior from marquee select to scrubby zoom.

“Z” (hold) – Scrubby zoom

Alt+scroll – clicky zoom

Ctrl+1: 100%

Ctrl+0: Fill Screen

With time moving around in Photoshop will become second nature. Hopeful these tips will help to accelerate your growth.
Buckle up buttercup, you’re about to go pro.


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Easy Color Correction White Balance – FasTuts Photoshop

September 8, 2018 - By 

Quick White Balance technique.

Sample color you want to be white.
Filla new layer with sampled color.
Set blending mode to “Divide.”
BOOM

Works in After Effects and Premiere also.

This was before FasTuts was its own thing. It used to be part of my personal blog – DinoNuggets.com. I realized I had way more to share, and decided to focus on FasTuts as a stand-alone site and channel. I’m too lazy to edit this old video to be more on-brand and current


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4 tips to use Photoshop better – FasTuts Photoshop – ep. 002

September 8, 2018 - By 

Welcome to FasTuts Photoshop!

Hold keyboard shortcuts instead of clicking them and switching your tools, ya doof.

UPDATE: This was before FasTuts was its own thing. It used to be part of my personal blog – DinoNuggets.com. I realized I had way more to share, and decided to focus on FasTuts as a stand-alone site and channel. I’m too lazy to edit this old video to be more on-brand and current.

Let us know if you have any photoshop questions!