Hold the Ctrl (Mac: Command) key after you click on an object and you start to drag to prevent Photoshop from snapping to other objects.
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In Photoshop CS6 and newer, the forward slash key / toggles on and off the Shield (the shaded area outside of the crop) while using the Crop Tool.
You can crop an image using another image’s dimensions as the measurements for the crop. To do so, open both images, then go to the image whose dimensions you want to copy, and go into the crop size menu and choose Front Image. Then go to the second document, and you’ll see the crop tool […]
If you want to lock your guides so you don’t accidentally move them, you can press Ctrl Alt ; (semicolon) (Mac: Command Option ; ) or you can go to the View menu and choose “Lock Guides”.
One way of controlling the luminescence values of your image is by creating a Black & White Adjustment Layer, and setting the Blending Mode to Luminosity. Then use the sliders to control the darkness or lightness of each color.
You can load channels as selections by using a keyboard shortcut. Red Channel: Ctrl Alt 3 (Mac: Command Option 3). Green Channel: Ctrl Alt 4 (Mac: Command Option 4). Blue Channel: Ctrl Alt 5 (Mac: Command Option 5).
If you have a text block with quotation marks, you might want to have the quotation marks appear outside the text block so that the copy can line up. To accomplish this, simply double-click on the text layer’s thumbnail on the layer’s panel to select the text block, then from the Paragraph panel’s (Window > […]