Posts tagged "View Options"

May 1, 2014

Customizing the View Options in Photoshop

Command + H (Mac) | Control + H (Win), toggles the visibility of several features including layer and selection edges, paths, guides, grids and more. To control exactly what is toggled on/off choose View > Show > Show Extra Options. Here you can choose exactly what you want to hide and show.

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Note, the first time you use this shortcut on the Mac OS, Photoshop will display a dialog asking “Would you like to use Command + H to hide Photoshop (Mac standard), or to hide/show selections, guides, etc. (Photoshop traditional)? Click “Hide Extras” unless you want to “Hide Photoshop” every time you use the shortcut. If you do choose to “Hide Photoshop”, you can change this behavior later by choosing Edit >Keyboard Shortcuts. Set the “Shortcuts For” to Application Menus and toggle the disclosure triangle for the View menu. Scroll down to Extras, change the Shortcut back to Command + H and click Accept and then OK.2014_04_29Shortcuts01

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July 16, 2013

Video Tutorial – Lightroom 5 – Select, Rate and Prioritize Your Images

In this video tutorial (Lightroom 5 -  Select, Rate and Prioritize Your Images), you’ll find out which method of rating images works best for the photography you do in order to quickly edit down your shoot and view your best photographs.

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December 13, 2011

LR3 – Displaying Color Labels

If you prefer to show a small, square color label in Grid view (instead of tinting the image thumbnail’s frame), uncheck the option to “Tint grid cells with label colors” and  check to “Include color label” in the Expanded Cell Extras under View > View Options (Command + J (Mac) | Control + J (Win)).

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December 12, 2011

LR3 – Display Cell Extras

• Command + Shift + H (Mac) | Control  + Shift + H in the Grid view (in the Library module) will  toggle the Cell Extras on and off.

• Command + J (Mac) | Control + J (Win)  displays the View Options (where you can select what “extras” you want to have displayed).

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