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Ultimate Cheat Sheets for Photoshop and Lightroom

Ultimate Cheat Sheets for Photoshop and Lightroom
Want an ultimate single-page cheat sheet for looking up keyboard shortcuts in Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC? The design team over at setupablogtoday have created just that: massive sheets that you can study and explore to your hearts content. The Photoshop Cheat Sheet First up is an impressive Photoshop cheat sheet that displays shortcuts both on a 2D keyboard and in chart form: You can find a high-resolution version of the image online here, or you can download a PDF of it through this link or via this embed: The Lightroom Cheat Sheet If you thought that Photoshop one was impressive, check out the ridiculously comprehensive cheat sheet they made for Lightroom: You can view it online here, or download the PDF here or through this embed: Finally, if you’re interested, there’s also a single infographic that serves as a one-stop cheat sheet for all of the major Creative Cloud apps. (via Digital Photo Buzz via Reddit)

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