In this weeks “Tip Of The Week“, we are in Adobe Photoshop CS6 and we are learning how to create custom shortcut keys.
A shortcut key is a key on your keyboard that is designated to a certain action in Photoshop. For Example: V is the shortcut key for the Direct Selection tool, and when you press the V key the direct selection tool is now selected.
1.) The first thing that you need to do is open up photoshop and then go to Edit — Keyboard Shortcuts. 2.) Once the keyboard shortcuts option box is open you need to duplicate the “Photoshop Default Set” by clicking on the duplicate option. 3.) After you have duplicated the set you can now select which shortcut keys you want to change, add, or delete.
This also works for all of Adobe’s other software. (Indesign, Illustrator, etc).
In this Photoshop CS6 tutorial I go over all of the different design tools that you will be using within Adobe Photoshop CS6. This is basically an overview of the tools as well as what they do and how you will be using them.
In this video tutorial you will learn a simple photoshop technique that will allow you to color correct your washed out images in photoshop by using the eyedropper tools within the curves adjustment layer.
There are many ways to remedy a washed out photo, BUT by using the eyedropper tools you can actually grap the darks, mids, and lights from your image and use them to correct a lot of the problems!
Photo color correction is at times tedious, but with this technique it will have your photos looking great in no time!