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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

The keyboard shortcut to copy all existing layers into a single layer and place it as a new layer on top of the other layers is Ctrl Alt Shift E (Mac: Command Option Shift E)
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Temporarily Select The Zoom Tool
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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

Photoshop CC 2015.5 introduced the new Select and Mask Workspace and removed the old Refine Edge (Refine Mask) dialog box. If you prefer to use the old dialog box when working with selections, then use this little-known shortcut in Photoshop CC 2017 and newer to bring back the Refine Edge dialog box .

With a selection or mask active, press-and-hold Shift, and go to Select > Select and Mask. This will open the Refine Edge window instead of the Select and Mask Workspace!
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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

If you want a text record of every single step you’ve done in an image, then turn on 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. Then click Text File, and choose a location to save the file and give it a name.

You can now start working on your image and Photoshop will record every step you take. To review the steps, find the text file and double click on it.
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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

When creating a mask you may miss a few pixels, especially when using the brush tool.

To find these stray pixels, apply the Stroke Layer Style. You will then see where those pixels are, and you can mask them out! Remove the Stroke where you’re done.


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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

After downsampling (scaling down) an image, it tends blur and lose detail. To bring some sharpness back, use the Unsharp Mask filter (Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask).
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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

To load a layer as a selection, press-and-hold the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key and click on the layer’s thumbnail in the Layers panel.

To add a layer to an already existing selection, press Ctrl Shift (Mac: Command Shift) and click on the layer’s thumbnail.

To subtract a layer from a selection, press Ctrl Alt (Mac: Command Option) and click on the layer’s thumbnail.

To intersect intersect the selection press Ctrl Alt Shift (Mac: Command Option Shift) and click on the layer’s thumbnail.
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Photoshop Tip of The Day:

Turn a selection into a path by right-clicking inside an active selection (marching ants) and selecting “Make Work Path.” In the window that comes up, start with a “Tolerance” of 2.0 pixels, then click OK. The marching ants will then become path (a vector line) in the shape of that selection.
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