Photoshop is a tremendously complex program full of all sorts of hidden features and shortcuts, and it can be a difficult to navigate around the application with all that complexity. This quick and great shortcut will show you a lesser known way to navigate around an image in Photoshop.
Coming to you from Jesus Ramirez from the Photoshop Training Channel, this great video will show you a helpful tip for quickly navigating around an image when you're working in Photoshop. When you're zoomed into an image to work on the details, it can be a bit annoying to move around the photo simply because the file can be rather big. Personally, doing so can actually be enough to disrupt my thought process when I'm really locked in sometimes, as my ideas sometimes move more quickly than my ability to bring them to fruition. You can use the Navigator panel, which definitely speeds the process, but this trick, which allows you to place the box that represents the portion of the image that will be zoomed in upon, is both even faster and more precise in my opinion. Check out the video above for the full rundown.