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One way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate layer’s blend mode to Overlay, then go to Filter > Other > High Pass. Then use the Radius slider to adjust the sharpening. Make sure that the Preview check box is checked so you can see how the sharpening is affecting your image.

One way to sharpen an image is to use the High Pass Filter. To do so, duplicate the layer you want to sharpen by selecting it and pressing Ctrl J (Mac: Command J). Change the duplicate layer’s blend mode to Overlay, then go to Filter > Other > High Pass. Then use the Radius slider to adjust the sharpening. Make sure that the Preview check box is checked so you can see how the sharpening is affecting your image.

To make a document the same size as another open document, Go to the Image Size or Canvas Size dialog boxes (Image  Image Size or Canvas Size). Then while the dialog box is open, go to Window and select any other open document which will be displayed at the bottom of the Window menu and Photoshop will automatically fill in the values for that image. Press OK and the image will resize.

To make a document the same size as another open document, Go to the Image Size or Canvas Size dialog boxes (Image Image Size or Canvas Size). Then while the dialog box is open, go to Window and select any other open document which will be displayed at the bottom of the Window menu and Photoshop will automatically fill in the values for that image. Press OK and the image will resize.

In CS6, you can go into the Window Menu and select Arrange > New Window for [name of your document], this will allow you to have the same document opened in 2 different windows. You can then go into Window  > Arrange > 2-up vertical to tile the 2 windows side-by-side. This is very useful when you want to both, work in an extreme zoom level, and also want to see the entire image as you make your adjustments. Any changes you make in one window will instantly be applied to the second.

In CS6, you can go into the Window Menu and select Arrange > New Window for [name of your document], this will allow you to have the same document opened in 2 different windows. You can then go into Window > Arrange > 2-up vertical to tile the 2 windows side-by-side. This is very useful when you want to both, work in an extreme zoom level, and also want to see the entire image as you make your adjustments. Any changes you make in one window will instantly be applied to the second.

With the Move tool selected, you can click and drag while holding Ctrl Shift (Mac: Command Shift) to make a selection and activate the layers within that selection.

With the Move tool selected, you can click and drag while holding Ctrl Shift (Mac: Command Shift) to make a selection and activate the layers within that selection.

When you are transforming an object (scaling or rotating it) you will see a bounding box around it, and in the center you will see circle with cross hairs, this is the Pivot Point or Reference Point. You can click-and-drag the Pivot Point around, so that the object transforms from a different point, instead of the center of the object.

When you are transforming an object (scaling or rotating it) you will see a bounding box around it, and in the center you will see circle with cross hairs, this is the Pivot Point or Reference Point. You can click-and-drag the Pivot Point around, so that the object transforms from a different point, instead of the center of the object.

To create a copy of the layer that is active, press Ctrl (Mac: Command ) J. After CS6, this shortcut also can work to duplicate groups.If you have a selection, doing this will duplicate the contents of the selection in a new layer!

To create a copy of the layer that is active, press Ctrl (Mac: Command ) J. After CS6, this shortcut also can work to duplicate groups.If you have a selection, doing this will duplicate the contents of the selection in a new layer!

When working in the Refine Edge panel (or the Refine Mask panel), you can press the F key to cycle through view modes. You can press X to disable or enable the view mode.

When working in the Refine Edge panel (or the Refine Mask panel), you can press the F key to cycle through view modes. You can press X to disable or enable the view mode.