More often than not, we get the product out of the box, toss the manual, and find out the settings as we go along. It's 2019 and things should be intuitive.
This often works, and we get by by learning the process the gear requires for you to get what you want from it. But, this can also cause a comfort zone difficult to climb out of. Photoshop works well on the first install. But with the 2019 CC release, there were some changes that I honestly haven’t gotten used to and don’t think are better than the previous release.
Colin Smith from the Photoshop Cafe takes us through some steps we can use to optimize Photoshop and get the best out of the application we use on a daily basis.
Have you ever felt like you needed to go for an eye test but you use stupid excuses like having a sock drawer to sort out to not make the appointment? These tips will get you updating your workflow and get the best out of the app.
I learned how to remove the Welcome screen and get back the smaller New Document panel. I have also increased the recent files I have to 50 instead of the default 20. I don't need to modify what space Photoshop can use as I have a new machine, but if I knew this a few months ago, I might not have bought this one.