Navigating around an image


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Navigating around an image

There are many reasons you might want to focus your attention on a particular area of an image. For example, you might want to Zoom in to check sharpness, or to see a blemish that you need to clean up. Let's take a look at some of the various ways you can Zoom in and out on an image, and also pan around that photo. To start with, we can use keyboard shortcuts, if you press Ctrl+ on Windows or Cmd+ on Macintosh, you'll Zoom in step by step into the image. If you press Ctrl- on Windows or Cmd- Macintosh, you'll Zoom out step by step. You can also press Ctrl-0 on Windows or Cmd-0 on Macintosh to fit the image to the current view area.

And if you want to view the image at 100%, in other words in actual pixels view, where one pixel in the image is represented by one pixel on your monitor, then you can hold the Ctrl and Alt keys on Windows, or the Cmd and Option keys on Macintosh, and then press the number 0 on your keyboard. You can also the Zoom tool to Zoom In or ...

Navigating around an image
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Navigating around an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Quick Start for Photographers

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