Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video View options, part of Photoshop CS6 Quick Start for Photographers.
I use a variety of different view options depending on the particular task I'm …performing in Photoshop. For example, sometimes I want to get a …good look at just my image. In those cases, one thing I'll often do …is hide my panels. If you press the Tab key on the keyboard, …you'll hide all of the panels. You can see that the toolbox on the left …side, the Options bar at the top, and the panels that I had visible over on the …right side, have all disappeared. If I press Tab again, those panels all …come back. If I hold the Shift key while pressing …Tab, in other words press Shift+Tab, then I'll get all of the panels on the right …side to go away, but the toolbox and the Options bar remain.…
I'll go ahead and press shift to tab to bring back those panels. …And we can take a look at another option, and that is full screen mode. …If you press the f key once, then you'll see that some of the interface elements …go away. But we still have our panels and we still …have our menu bar up at the top. If I press f one more time, then all of …
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- Setting up your environment
- Color modes, bit depth, and image resolution
- The Histogram
- File formats
- Basic adjustments
- Output workflow
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