When you’re transforming a Smart Object in Photoshop, the bounding box around the object looks different than when transforming a pixel base object. With a Smart Object the transformation's corner anchor points are solid dark grey, and there is an "x" that goes through the bounding box. Pixel based objects have no "x" going through them, and the corner anchor points have no fill.

Smart Object vs Pixel Object Bounding Box

When you’re transforming a Smart Object in Photoshop, the bounding box around the object looks different than when transforming a pixel base object. With a Smart Object the transformation's corner anchor points are solid dark grey,

Photoshop tip of the day - How to search for layers by name. Photoshop tips. Nordic360.

Search For Layers By Name

In and newer, you can set a default for any layer style by simply clicking on the Make Default button at the bottom of the panel window. For example, if you want your default color

Short cuts for Photoshop

Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts so that it is easier and quicker to edit my pictures as I won't be spending my time searching through every toolbar to find what I want.

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When cropping an image in CS6 or newer, you can see the final result by matching the Crop Shield's overlay color to the canvas color. To do so, create your crop border, then click on the Crop Options icon  in the Options Bar, and increase the Crop Shield Opacity to 100 percent, and set the Color to Match Canvas. This will cover the crop area with your canvas color, and will allow you to see what the final crop will look like.

Adjust The Crop Shield’s Opacity and Color

When cropping an image in CS6 or newer, you can see the final result by matching the Crop Shield's overlay color to the canvas color. To do so, create your crop border, then click on the Crop Options icon in the Options Bar, and increase the Crop Shield Opacity to 100 percent, and set the Color to Match Canvas. This will cover the crop area with your canvas color, and will allow you to see what the final crop will look like.

To select any color from outside of Photoshop first select the Eyedropper tool (I on the keyboard), then left-click-and-hold inside of your image in Photoshop, and drag the cursor outside of Photoshop to any other window or application

Select Any Color From Outside of Photoshop

To select any color from outside of Photoshop first select the Eyedropper tool (I on the keyboard). Then left-click-and-hold inside of your image in Photoshop, and drag the cursor outside of Photoshop to any other

When you do a “Save As“, there is a check box in the Save window that reads “As a Copy“. If you leave it unchecked, the original file is closed and the newly saved file becomes the working document. When you check the “As a Copy” box, the copy is saved, but the working document continues to be the original instead of the copy.

Save As Copy Check Box

As of Photoshop you can assign a keyboard shortcut to the Foreground Color Picker. You can do so by opening the "Keyboard Shortcuts and Menus" window. Then choose "Tools"

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Photoshop tip of the day - Moving the Pivot Point. Photoshop tips. Nordic360.

Moving The Pivot Point

When you are transforming an object (scaling or rotating it) you will see a bounding box around it, and in the center you will see circle with cross hairs, this is the Pivot Point or

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To move an object just one pixel at a time, simply tap the arrow keys on your keyboard when you have the Move tool selected.If you have another tool selected, press-and-hold Ctrl (Mac: Command) and tap the arrow keys.

Moving One Pixel At A Time

To move an object just one pixel at a time, simply tap the arrow keys on your keyboard when you have the Move tool selected.If you have another tool selected, press-and-hold Ctrl (Mac: Command) and tap the arrow keys.

In Bridge, when you are working with RAW images, you can press the Shift key and double-click on any image to open it in Photoshop directly, bypassing Camera Raw.

Bypassing Camera Raw In Bridge

Apply multiple filters at a time in the Filter Gallery (Filter > Filter Gallery) by clicking the New Filter button at the bottom of the filters list, and then select a filter. You can repeat this process and add as many filters as you like!

You can apply filters to any selection to create some pretty interesting and complex selections. You can start out by creating a selection, then pressing Q to switch over to the Quick Mask mode. You can then apply almost any filter to that selection. When you're done, press Q to exit the Quick Mask mode. You can also start without a selection and simply press Q, but you won't see anything change. If you then apply a filter that generates pixels, like Add Noise, you will see the new…

Apply Filters To Any Selection

When you're drawing or editing in Photoshop, you may need to rotate the canvas view to have a more natural drawing angle as you apply your edits. To rotate the canvas view, press the R key

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