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Photoshop Tips

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Photoshop has become such an essential tool I thought it would be a good idea to share some of the shortcuts that I use in my workflow. When I am creating a graphic or trying to add elements to a graphic it can be very useful to find the center of your image. The first thing you need to do is press Control+T (Mac Command+T). This brings up the Free Transform bounding box. The bounding box has a handle in the center of both sides and we will use those to help us find center. Now you need to make your rulers visible. To do this simply press Control+R (Mac Command+R) and then drag out to the horizontal and vertical ruler guides to the handles that mark the center.
Now you should feel very centered!

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