Posts tagged "Color Picker"

May 12, 2016

Setting Default Colors in Photoshop

Tap the “D” key to set the foreground/background colors to black/white.

Note: If you have a Layer mask selected, tapping the “D” key will set the foreground/background colors to white/black.

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January 22, 2014

Video Tutorial – Hidden Gems in Photoshop CC 14.2

In this episode of The Complete Picture, Julieanne takes a close look at several feature enhancements and refinements made to scripted patterns including placing patterns along a path, rendering unique trees for concept, architectural and fine art images, and scripted border designs. Learn how to unlock the background into a layer with a single click, choose recent colors from the swatches panel, and add and change color readouts for multiple color samplers at once.

• Shift + Delete (Mac) | Shift + Backspace (Win) displays the Fill dialog.

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June 1, 2012

Working with Pantone + Color Libraries in Photoshop CS6

The Pantone Color Libraries have been updated in Photoshop CS6 and are now called Pantone +.  In order to work with legacy files, you will still find both the Pantone solid coated and Pantone solid uncoated libraries in Photoshop CS6. If needed, you can load the older books (like Pantone Solid Color Euro) from PSCS5, but you should know that Pantone/X-Rite no longer support the older, legacy color libraries.

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May 3, 2010

Custom Color Picker Shortcut

PSCS5 – To display the color picker using a keyboard shortcut, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts. Under the Shortcuts for “Tools” scroll the to the bottom to locate the “Foreground Color Picker ” line item and enter in your own custom keyboard shortcut to display the color picker.

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