To apply the Liquify Filter to a text layer, without first rasterizing the layer, convert it to a Smart Object. Doing so will keep your text editable!
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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.
Press the Spacebar Ctrl (Mac: Spacebar Command) to temporarily select the Zoom tool. Click to zoom in. To zoom out, hold the Alt (Mac: Option) key and click. Release the keys to return to the tool that you were previously using.
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).
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 […]
Press Ctrl Alt A (Mac: Command Option A) To activate every layer except the Background layer.
Remember these must-know Photoshop keyboard shortcuts! To Fill with the Foreground color press Alt Backspace (Mac: Option Delete). To Fill with the Background color press Ctrl Backspace (Mac: Command Delete). To open the Fill dialog box, to choose options such as color and patterns (Content-Aware fill in CS6 and newer) press Shift Backspace (Mac: Shift Delete).