How to Use Blend shortcuts Photoshop CS6


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Using blending shortcuts

If this chapter has increased your interest in Blending modes and if you're interested in getting better at working with blending modes, if you want to become a Photoshop power user, well then you'll find this movie helpful, because here I want to share with you a way that you can navigate to your blending modes by way of a shortcut. Let me explain. Well we already know that what we can do is target a layer, and if we have our Move tool selected, well we can press Shift+Plus or Shift+Minus and we can scroll through our blending modes. Yet we can also use a shortcut key combination to change the blending modes.

Here I've listed the most popular blending modes. On a Mac, you press Shift+Option and then a letter; On Windows, that's Shift+Alt plus the letter. So for example, here I'm on this layer. I've duplicated my Background layer, and I want to change this duplicate layer's blending mode. To do so, you want to have the Move tool selected. Next, you can press that...

Using blending shortcuts
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Using blending shortcuts provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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