Photoshop has become the must have tool for nearly every creative out there, and with that comes a pretty steep learning curve. But it doesn’t have to be as scary as a lot of people make it sound. In this video from Nathaniel Dodson of @TutVid, he goes over 25 “must know” photoshop tips and ticks in just about 20 minutes!

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Learn all about brush smoothing, rubber band tricks, hidden sliders, hidden views, tricks to make healing easier, and much more in this quick Photoshop tutorial crash-course!

What’s Covered In This Video

  • 00:14 – Bird’s Eye View
  • 00:36 – Painting selections
  • 01:29 – Sticky (temporary) tools
  • 02:10 – Overscrolling
  • 03:00 – Blank blend layers
  • 03:35 – Opacity hotkeys
  • 05:24 – Move selections
  • 05:49 – Rubberbanding the Pen tool
  • 06:48 – Smoothing for brushes
  • 07:32 – Instant image export
  • 08:20 – Export multiple layers as an image
  • 08:50 – Duplicate anything
  • 09:33 – Straighten images with the ruler
  • 10:01 – Straighten perspective in seconds
  • 11:43 – Fill type, shape, and fill layers
  • 12:52 – Merge selected layers to a new layer
  • 13:48 – Healing edges
  • 15:00 – Color replacement
  • 16:05 – Isolate a single layer
  • 16:25 – Switching document hotkeys
  • 16:51 – Copying layers
  • 17:14 – Temporary rotations
  • 17:56 – Hidden scrubby sliders
  • 18:54 – Gray point eyedropper
  • 19:47 – The banana tool

I hope you’re able to gleam as much help from this video as I have. While it’s pretty top level, and naturally it’ll take practice to master them all, but it’s a pretty incredible help to get a jump start on some complicated and even secret tools in Photoshop.

To learn more, be sure to follow Nate on his various channels below!

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