Modify zoom preferences Photoshop CS6


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Modifying zoom preferences

Knowing how to effectively zoom in and out on our photographs is essential. Whether we need to zoom in, in order to evaluate or make corrections to our pictures, or just if we need to change our zoom right in order to get a sense of our overall image, we need to know how to work with the Zoom tool and also how to dial in some important zoom preferences. So let's start off by taking a look at the Zoom tool. You can select this tool by pressing the Z key or just by clicking on the Magnifying Glass icon, which you'll find in the Tools panel. Next, once you select that tool, you notice that you have some preferences up top.

One of the preferences is resize the windows to fit the zoom rate. This is really helpful if you have a window which is floating. Let me show you what I mean. If you navigate to the Window pull- down menu. Here, what I can do is turn off the Application Frame. Well, now this window is just floating here, and with the Zoom tool if I click on the image, you can see it...

Modifying zoom preferences
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Modifying zoom preferences provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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