19 Amazing Photoshop Tips and Tricks (That You Probably DON’T Know)


In this Photoshop CC tutorial, you will learn 19 Photoshop tips, tricks, and hacks that you probably don’t know.

📘 INDEX – 19 Photoshop Tips and Tricks

01 – 00:46 – Open The Same Document in Two Windows
02 – 02:43 – Select Colors from outside of Photoshop
03 – 04:06 – Scale and Rotate Clone Tool Source
04 – 06:35 – Normal Mode for Groups and Compositing
05 – 09:47 – Eight Special Blending Modes – Specular high lights
06 – 12:06 – Control Luminosity With The Blk/White Adjustment
07 – 13:18 – Spot Healing Brush Tool Modes
08 – 15:47 – Convert the “Blend If” to Transparency
09 – 18:04 – Bring Back The Old Refine Edge (Refine Mask)
10 – 18:59 – Knock Out – Nondestructive Masks
11 – 21:36 – Load Luminosity as a Selection
12 – 23:59 – Curves Auto Color Correction – Color Correct
13 – 26:40 – Curves Auto Color Correction – Color Match
14 – 29:56 – Make Your Own Photoshop Templates (PSDT)
15 – 33:10 – Front Image – Match Crop Size
16 – 34:53 – Precise Lens Flare
17 – 37:24 – Add More Contrast To The Clouds Filter
18 – 38:09 – Creative Cloud Market Place
19 – 40:58 – Photoshop Search

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Babita

Really enjoyed the tips.

kenneth gillan

Hi, Jesus…
From Bonnie Scotland,..

What do I do when all the tutorials, like this one, do not produce the same end result on my laptop??? Let me explain…
I have consistently found over many times that online youtube tutorials regarding photoshop like this one, don’t always do what they say on the tin??!!! Another thing that I have found is that nowhere on tutorials when a process fails to work, is there any explanation as to why it may not have worked??!!! and what I should do to correct the problem…
I am a newbie to photoshop and also very aware of the steep learning curve involved with this software, (which I am prepared to embrace…,). But the sheer frustration I continually encounter that the assumption is that I should know and understand what is being shown. I am a individual who finds learning easier by DOING hands on and if the end result is different, then please explain why??!!!