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If you would like to select all your linked layers at the same, you can right-click (Mac: Control-click) to the right of any linked layer thumbnail and choose 'Select Linked Layers'.

If you would like to select all your linked layers at the same, you can right-click (Mac: Control-click) to the right of any linked layer thumbnail and choose 'Select Linked Layers'.

It’s always a good idea to copyright your work and a good way of doing so, is to embed your copyright information into your image metadata. To do so, Press Ctrl Alt Shift I (Mac: Command Option Shift I) or go to File > File Info... to bring up the File Info panel. Then click on the "Description" tab and enter your copyright information on the appropriate fields.

Copyright Your Work

It’s always a good idea to copyright your work and a good way of doing so, is to embed your copyright information into your image metadata. To do so, Press Ctrl Alt Shift I (Mac: Command Option Shift I) or go to File > File Info... to bring up the File Info panel. Then click on the "Description" tab and enter your copyright information on the appropriate fields.

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!

Applying Multiple Filters In The Filter Gallery

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!

The tools nested under the Blur tool (Blur/sharpen/smudge) are the only set of tools in the tools panel without a keyboard shortcut. You can however assign a shortcut to them by pressing Ctrl Alt Shift K (Mac: Cmd Opt Shift K) to open the Keyboard Shortcut editor. Choose "Tools" under the "Shortcuts for" drop-down and scroll-down to those tools and assign a letter to them. Your best option for these is the letters K and N since they are available without having to change any other shortcuts.

Keyboard Shortcut For Blur/Sharpen/Smudge

The tools nested under the Blur tool (Blur/sharpen/smudge) are the only set of tools in the tools panel without a keyboard shortcut. You can however assign a shortcut to them by pressing Ctrl Alt Shift K (Mac: Cmd Opt Shift K) to open the Keyboard Shortcut editor. Choose "Tools" under the "Shortcuts for" drop-down and scroll-down to those tools and assign a letter to them. Your best option for these is the letters K and N since they are available without having to change any other shortcuts.

If you want a text record of every single step you've done in an image, then turn in Photoshop's History Log. Press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to bring up the Preferences panel. In the General tab click on the History Log check box

Record Every Single Step You Do Using Photoshop's History Log

If you want a text record of every single step you've done in an image, then turn in Photoshop's History Log. Press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to bring up the Preferences panel. In the General tab click on the History Log check box

By creating a droplet, you can tell Photoshop to perform the same Action for every file in a folder by simply dragging a folder (or a set of images) onto the droplet. First create an action, then go to the File menu and select Automate > Create droplet. In the Droplets options window, select what action to play, and where to save the droplet. Once you've created the droplet, find the droplet in your computer and start dragging and dropping files on to the droplet!

Creating Droplets

By creating a droplet, you can tell Photoshop to perform the same Action for every file in a folder by simply dragging a folder (or a set of images) onto the droplet. First create an action, then go to the File menu and select Automate > Create droplet. In the Droplets options window, select what action to play, and where to save the droplet. Once you've created the droplet, find the droplet in your computer and start dragging and dropping files on to the droplet!

To delete all the Photoshop memory off your RAM (from Undo, Clipboard, and History), go to the Edit menu, select Purge and select the item you want to purge. If you select All, it wipe out everything off your RAM.

Purge Photoshop Memory

To delete all the Photoshop memory off your RAM (from Undo, Clipboard, and History), go to the Edit menu, select Purge and select the item you want to purge. If you select All, it wipe out everything off your RAM.

Photoshop will only let you enter up to 1296 points into the Font size field. If you ever need your text to be larger than that

Making Text Larger Than 1296 Points

Photoshop will only let you enter up to 1296 points into the Font size field. If you ever need your text to be larger than that

To quickly select a Blend Mode while using any tool that utilizes them, press-and-hold the Shift key and Right-Click (Mac: Control Shift Click) anywhere on the canvas. Doing so will bring up a drop-down menu where you can quickly select any Blend Mode for that tool. #Photoshop

To quickly select a Blend Mode while using any tool that utilizes them, press-and-hold the Shift key and Right-Click (Mac: Control Shift Click) anywhere on the canvas. Doing so will bring up a drop-down menu where you can quickly select any Blend Mode for that tool. #Photoshop

An easy technique to give great contrast to an image is to create a new Channel Mixer adjustment layer and in the properties panel, choose Black and White With Red Filter from the preset drop-down. Change the adjustment layer's blending mode to Soft Light, and decrease the opacity accordingly.

Easy Technique To Give Great Contrast To An Image

An easy technique to give great contrast to an image is to create a new Channel Mixer adjustment layer and in the properties panel, choose Black and White With Red Filter from the preset drop-down. Change the adjustment layer's blending mode to Soft Light, and decrease the opacity accordingly.

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