This is your Adobe Photoshop Useful Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet. We listed here the most useful and common shortcut keys to help ease the use of your favorite image editor, Photoshop.
Photoshop Useful Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet
Adobe Photoshop gives you relatively easy access to all the tools in Tollbar with the use of Keyboard Shortcut Keys. Just press the Shortcut key to choose through all the multiple actions. To select the nested tools inside every Tool in the Toolbar, just hold down the Shift key and press the corresponding Letter.
Photoshop Toolbar Shortcut Keys
Select areas of image
Select Areas of Pixels
Magic Wand Tool
Cuts Out Unwanted Areas
Eye Dropper Tool
Sample Color from Image
3D Object Tool
Manipulate 3D Objects
Correct Image Imperfections
Brush Tool, Pencil Tool
Draw Sharp Edged Detail
Clone Stamp Tool
Clones Pixels from one Area of Image
History and Art History Brush Tool
Paints from Previous History State
Rub Out or Erase certain Pixels
Gradient, Paint Bucket Tool
Fill an Area with Color
Rotate View Tool
Dodge Burn Sponge Tool
Decrease or Increase Exposure Locally
Path Selection Tool
Move Paths or Anchor Points
Add Text to your Pictures
Make Smooth Selection and Paths
Line and Vector Shapes Tool
Add Various Shapes to Pictures
3D Camera Tool
Change Views and Perspectives of the 3D Object
Move the Area being Viewed on the Screen
Magnify or Reduce Image on Screen
Foreground or Background Color Tool
Switches between Foreground or Background Colors
Standard Mode Tool
Switches between Standard and Quick Mask Modes
Screen Mode Tool
Switches between Standard Screen (Left), Full Screen with Menus (Middle), Full Screen with No Menus (Right)
Photoshop Keyboard Shortcut For Blur, Sharpen, Smudge Tools
Adobe Photoshop does not include a Keyboard Shortcut for the tools under the Blur Tool (Blur, Sharpen, Smudge). Hit Ctrl Alt Shift K to bring-up the Keyboard Shortcut Editor and type-in your desired key combination.
All the Blend Modes have their own Shortcuts. Hold Down the Shift key + Alt key with the following Letters while actively selecting a Layer:
Photoshop Quick Shortcuts
Shift Alt Ctrl E
Merge Visible to New Layer
Fill with Foreground Color
Fill with Background Color
Scroll Down/Up Through Layers
Ctrl Alt I
Ctrl Alt C
Ctrl Alt Z
Ctrl Shift I
Ctrl Shift T
Create New Group Layer
Enter key or Numpad
Commit Type (without Numpad e.g on Laptops, Hit Shift Enter)
Add to Existing Selection
Substract from Existing Selection
Shift Alt Ctrl T
Repeat Last Transformation
Photoshop Task and Selection Tricks Keyboard Shorcuts
Draw straight lines.
Alt-click with Lasso tool
Option-click with Lasso tool
Add to selection outline.
Deselect from selection area.
Deselect all but intersected area.
Hold down Shift+Alt and drag
Hold down Shift+Option and drag
Deselect entire image.
Reselect last selection.
Fill with foreground color.
Fill with background color.
Reapply last filter.
Use Free Transform.
Photoshop Palette Views Keyboard Shorcuts
Shows or Hides all palettes
Shows or Hide all but Toolbox
Shows or Hides Brush Palette
Shows of Hides Color Palette
Shows or Hides Layers Palette
Shows of Hides Info Palette
Shows or Hides Action Palette
Photoshop Extract Mode Keyboard Shorcuts
Photoshop View Keyboard Shorcuts
Ctrl + +
Ctrl – –
Zoom to 100%
Zoom to Fit the Screen
Photoshop Image Handling Keyboard Shorcuts
Photoshop Move and Selections Keyboard Shortcuts
When using Arrows to Move Selection by 10 Pixels at a Time.
posted February 25, 2016 by THE11thROCK for TeraBlitz.com
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