50+ Photoshop keyboard shortcuts to speedup your work

Photoshop is an amazing tool and these 50+ Photoshop keyboard shortcuts will help you boost your speed in editing. More than 70% of Photoshop users do not know Photoshop shortcuts. As a beginner people just tend to learn editing. But once you learn Photoshop and become a professional designer you know that you need works to be done much faster.

Here are the list of 50+ Photoshop keyboard shortcuts to boost your speed.

  • (1) Control + Alt + i (Command + Option + i ) = Change the image size
  • (2) Control + Alt + c (Command + Option + c ) = Change canvas size.
  • (3) Control + + (Command + + ) = Zoom in.
  • (4) Control + – (Command + – ) = Zoom out.
  • (5) v = Pointer, a.k.a. Move Tool
  • (6) w = Magic Wand
  • (7) m = Rectangular Marquee, a.k.a. the Select Tool
  • (8) l = Lasso
  • (9) i = Eyedropper
  • (10) c = Crop
  • (11) e = Eraser
  • (12) u = Rectangle
  • (13) t = Horizontal Type
  • (14) b = Brush
  • (15) y = History Brush
  • (16) j = Spot Healing Brush
  • (17) g = Gradient
  • (18) a = Path Selection
  • (19) h = Hand
  • (20) r = Rotate View
  • (21) p = Pen
  • (22) s = Clone Stamp
  • (23) o = Dodge
  • (24) z = Zoom Tool
  • (25) d = Default Foreground and Background Colors
  • (26) x = Switch Foreground and Background Colors
  • (27) q = Edit in Quick Mask Mode
  • (28) x = Change Screen Mode
  • (29) , or . = Select previous or next brush style
  • (30) Shift + , or . = Select first or last brush style used.
  • (31) Caps Lock or Shift + Caps Lock (Caps Lock) = Display precise crosshair for brushes.
  • (32) Shift + Alt + p (Shift + Option + p) = Toggle airbrush option.
  • (33) Control (Command) = Toggle between Slice tool and Slice Selection tool.
  • (34) Shift + drag = Draw square slice.
  • (35) Alt + drag (Option + drag) = Draw from center outward.
  • (36) Shift + alt + drag (Shift + option + drag) = Draw square slice from center outward.
  • (37) Spacebar + drag = Reposition the slice while creating the slice.
  • (38) Shift + + or – = Cycle through blending modes.
  • (39) Shift + Alt + n (Shift + Option + n) = Normal mode
  • (40) Shift + Alt + i (Shift + Option + i) = Dissolve
  • (41) Shift + Alt + k (Shift + Option + k) = Darken
  • (42) Shift + Alt + g (Shift + Option + g) = Lighten
  • (43) Shift + Alt + m (Shift + Option + m) = Multiply
  • (44) Shift + Alt + o (Shift + Option + o) = Overlay
  • (45) Shift + Alt + u (Shift + Option + u) = Hue
  • (46) Shift + Alt + t (Shift + Option + t) = Saturation
  • (47) Shift + Alt + y (Shift + Option + y) = Luminosity
  • (48) Control + a (Command + a ) = Select all objects
  • (49) Control + d (Command + d ) = Deselect all objects
  • (50) Shift + Control + i (Shift + Command + i ) = Select the inverse of the selected objects
  • (51) Control + Alt + a (Command + Option + a) = Select all layers
  • (52) Control + Shift + E (Command + Shift + e) = Merge all layers
  • (53) Alt + . (Option + .) = Select top layer
  • (54) Alt + , (Option + ,) = Select bottom layer
  • (55) Alt + [ OR ] (Option + [ OR ]) = Select next layer down or up
  • (56) Control + [ OR ] (Command + [ OR ]) = Move target layer down or up
  • (57) Control + Shift + [ OR ] (Command + Shift + [ OR ]) = Move layer to the bottom or top
  • (58) Shift + Control + n (Shift + Command + n) = Create a new layer
  • (59) Control + g (Command + g) = Group selected layers
  • (60) Control + Shift + g (Command + Shift + g) = Ungroup selected layers
  • (61) Control + e (Command + e) = Merge and flatten selected layers
  • (62) Control + Shift + Alt + e (Command + Shift + Option + e) = Combine all layers into a new layer on top of the other layers. Note: This step gets you one, combined layer, with all elements of that layer in separate layers below — which is different than a traditional merge-and-flatten layers command.
  • (63) Control + t (Command + t) = Transform your object, which includes resizing and rotating
  • (64) Control + Shift + s (Command + Shift + s) = Save your work as …
  • (65) Control + Shift + Alt + s (Command + Shift + Option + s) = Save for web and devices

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