If you are like me, you work with Photoshop a lot. One way I have learned to save myself a few extra minutes while I am working is to really put some Photoshop shortcuts to use. I will admit, I don’t use all of them, and I really don’t have any need for some of them. The ones I do use, however, make working on layouts a quicker process. I went into my bookmarks and came up with these resources for you to explore, in hopes that you’ll find some shortcuts to use on your own.
- 60 Photoshop Shortcuts to Speed Up Your Workflow
- Adobe Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcuts Reference
- 20 Brush and Painting Tool Shortcuts in Photoshop CC
The one shortcut that I have really taken and worked with in Photoshop CC isn’t one listed on these resources though. As I was scrapping, I started to notice that there were actions that I was using again and again. Some were purchased and some were ones I had put together on my own, and I was using all of them all the time. So, to make it easier, I followed THIS TUTORIAL and assigned Function Keys (you know, F5 and all those) to all of my most used actions. Now, when I want to use the action I just hit the Function Key that it is assigned to!
I’m interested to hear, what shortcuts do you use most when you are scrapping in Photoshop CC?