I don’t know about you, but it seems I am always in a hurry. I never have enough time for all the projects and things I want to do.
One of the reasons why I probably love to digital scrap is that it is a lot quicker than paper scrapping. Even when I'm digital scrapbooking, I love it when I find a shortcut.
Today I have quick little tip you can use to speed things up. Here’s the tip….
Don’t dial in values within Photoshop and Elements, try scrubbing for more speed.
Here’s what I mean...
Step One: Find a Value Box
- Value boxes are all over Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. Here are a few of them:
Step Two: Learn to Scrub
- Wherever you see a value box, next to it you will see a text label.
- Click and hold on that label. If you see a double-headed arrow, you can “scrub” rather than fiddling with minute slider pointers.
Note: The scrubby values in Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements are much quicker to dive into, drag a value right and left, and move on. Sometimes I don't need super precision numbers or percentages. I just need to make a quick general change and move on to the next task.
So go ahead and …
Digi Scrap Tutorial Scrub It by Nannette Dalton
Clip: August 2012 Premier, Extra Tidbit
Paper that covers the clip came from the kit Winter Wonderland by Elise’s Pieces. Available to Premier Members January 2013.
Font: DJB Tweenybopper