To invert colors (i.e. white to black, or red to cyan) press Ctrl I (Mac: Command I) on your keyboard. This works in layers, selections, and layer masks.
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Photoshop remembers the last curve you applied. If you hold Alt (Mac: Option), then go to Image > Adjustments > Curves, the Curves window will open up using the last curve that you applied. You can then edit the curve or press OK to apply it. Nore: This does not work when creating a Curves […]
Whenever you have many empty layers in your document, don’t delete them one at a time, especially if they are mixed with other layers. All you need to do is go to the File menu to Scripts and select Delete All Empty Layers.
While you have text selected, press Ctrl (Mac:Command) Shift K to turn your selection into all capital letters.
To make a new document from a layer, go to the Layers Panel’s flyout menu, and choose Duplicate Layer. In the Duplicate Layer Window, under Destinations, choose “New.”
When you have a selection around a pixel layer, pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J) will duplicate anything in that selection and paste in a new layer.
Here’s a fun Easter egg in Photoshop CS6 and newer. Press Ctrl K (Mac: Command K) to open up the Preferences panel and choose the Interface tab. Then, under Appearance, you can select the color theme for your interface. If you hold Ctrl Alt Shift and click (Mac: Option Command Shift Click) on any of the four […]