From Picture Correct – 28 Genius Photoshop Tricks

From Picture Correct, a bunch (28!) of really great photoshop tricks. I knew a few but I know I’m going to want to remember these:

  1. Quickly whiten teeth
  2. Merge all layers to new layer
  3. The rotate view tool
  4. Change layer opacity hotkey
  5. Choose layers trick
  6. Move layers trick
  7. Change unit of measure
  8. Undo more steps
  9. Apply pattern along path
  10. Apply layer mask trick
  11. Instantly find center of photoshop document
  12. Quickly change colors
  13. How to paint a selection
  14. Beautiful black and white photos with channel mixer
  15. Quickly fill text and color/shape layers
  16. Scale layer styles with layer
  17. Precise painting with the brush tool
  18. Duplicate anything you want
  19. Before/after preview in layers panel
  20. Straightening the PSD
  21. Bird’s eye view
  22. Clip image to type layer
  23. Instagram “fade” effect
  24. Hacking your selection placement
  25. Quick retro color style
  26. Extract assets
  27. Multiple drop shadows and strokes
  28. Interface color easter egg

You can see it in video form at  http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/28-genius-photoshop-tricks/ .  You can also read about them at http://tutvid.com/photoshop/tips-and-tricks-photoshop-cc/

Note they’re from 2015, so some things might be different in a more recent version. I often just like to know that something is possible at all, I can always look up how to do it in a more recent version but if you don’t even know it’s possible…

From Picture Correct – 10 Wildlife Photography Tips for Fall

Picture Correct has 10 Wildlife Photography Tips for FallĀ , including:

  1. Catch the early morning and late afternoon light
  2. Drop to eye level
  3. Watch your background
  4. Never follow an animal
  5. To get closer, look distracted
  6. Outsmart the wind
  7. Shoot on continuous mode
  8. Make your buffer last longer
  9. Use AF point for composition
  10. Use the center AF point for anything that’s tough to focus on

Check out the article for example photos and a very useful video that describes each of these in more detail.