In Photoshop, Tips, Videos by Diana KAugust 17, 20164 Comments
It’s always handy to see a before and after of your image while editing in Photoshop to check your progress. Matt shows you a quick way to do just that.
Best of luck in your new professional life Matt. I really like the way you teach. I have seen most of your classes at Kelby.one. I really like your class from start to finish, I mean the gear needed, the techniques used to get the pictures and the post process. It does give kind of a work ethic as well as to be well organized. Was nice to see you on the Grid again.
a life AND time saver tip
My best wishes to both of you in this new venture. These concise tips are really helpful.
Willem van der Post
How would you do this in Full Screen mode (when the layer panel eyeballs are not available?)