Opening images in Photoshop


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Opening images in Photoshop

Let's look at how to bring images into Photoshop without using an additional tool, such as Camera Raw or Bridge. So here in Photoshop, and if you're on a Mac, the default for Photoshop is to kind of have a naked background to see your desktop through the application. This is historically how Photoshop has been on the Mac. All the way back since the beginning. And if click on this, then I see the exercise files on my desktop. A lot of Mac users like to be able to just drag and drop files from other applications straight into Photoshop this way. This kind of drives me crazy, though. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to choose Window > Application Frame, and that puts a solid background in the back.

And the reason why I mention this in this particular tutorial is that if you have this application frame. Basically this blank background here, you have this great shortcut to be able to open files. If you just Double-click this, anywhere in this application ...

Opening images in Photoshop
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Opening images in Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop CS6

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