Tab (Hide/Show Palettes) — Hiding the palettes gives you a little more working room, thus decreasing your need to pan and zoom while editing.
Z (Zoom Tool) — This command brings up the zoom tool, which allows you to zoom in and if you hold down the Alt key, it temporarily switches to the zoom out mode.
Ctrl + 0 (Fit on Screen) — This command is used to get the entire photo in front of your eyes. That’s Ctrl + zero, not the letter “O”.
B (Brush Tool) — Another extremely useful tool when working with masks.
Ctrl + Z (Undo) — Very useful to change the little mistakes we all make.
[ (Decrease Brush Size) — Decrease the brush size to get into those tighter spots.
] (Increase Brush Size) — Increase the brush size for the larger areas.
Shift + [ (Decrease Brush Softness) — This command Decrease the softness of the brush by 25%.
Shift + ] (Increase Brush Softness) — Opposite of the previous command. Increase the softness of the brush by 25%.
Shift + 1->0 (Tool Flow) — This works exactly like the opacity changer, but you just have to hold the Shift key down while you hit the numbers.
Ctrl + Shift + N (New Layer) — This command will bring up the new layer dialog box and place a new layer on top of the active layer.
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + N (New Layer No Dialog) — This command skips the dialog box and just places a new layer on top of the active layer.
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + K (Show Keyboard Commands) — If you forget any of these commands, use this to bring up the help dialog on keyboard shortcuts.
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