Shortcuts for Layer Opacity

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Shortcuts for Layer Opacity
by Linda Sattgast

Opacity seems like a pretty simple subject, but there are some opacity shortcuts that will speed up your workflow and also one caveat to watch out for.

Once you learn the shortcuts, they will feature prominently on your most often used shortcuts list!

Here’s a quick list of topics covered in this video:

  • Opacity Slider
  • Scrubby Arrows
  • Opacity Shortcuts
  • Watch Out for This!




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12 Responses

  1. Margaret Wood
    | Reply

    Thank you, Linda. Your videos are very helpful whatever stage of scrapping we’re at.

    • Linda Sattgast
      | Reply

      Hopefully, more advanced scrapbookers like you can find a refresher tidbit in these more basic videos. 😀

  2. Donna
    | Reply

    I am doing a little catch-up so I watched your masking and layer opacity tutorials. They both were so helpful. It always helps to be reminded again about all of the special shortcuts and tricks available in Photoshop. Thanks for the wonderful videos.

  3. Vivian
    | Reply

    I “knew” this, but could not apply it. After watching again, I see what I was doing wrong. Thanks for the refresher!

  4. Sherley Grace
    | Reply

    Love these shortcuts Linda – thanks so much for sharing! Also liked reminder re letter “V”!

  5. barbm
    | Reply

    Great video! Will defiinitely use this tip a lot! Thanks Linda!

  6. Karen C.
    | Reply

    Very helpful tutorial. I thought I knew a lot about opacity, but I learned a few new things! Didn’t know much of anything about fill so these tips were great! Thanks.

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