Image editors like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Inkscape are used by a lot of people for their photo editing and photo sharing.
But it turns out that they’re actually quite hard to get right.
And if you’re trying to do photo editing on the Mac, you might not know which tools you need to get it done right.
In this article, we’ll walk you through the process of getting the Mac to handle images properly.
Before we start, though, you’ll want to make sure you’re familiar with some basic Mac commands.
These include:To edit an image, use the arrow keys and drag and drop to drag and select the layer you want to edit.
To preview an image with an InDesign image, hold down Shift while clicking the preview icon.
To preview an Inkscam image, double click on the preview and hold Shift while dragging the preview to the image you want.
You can drag a layer to preview the layer it contains, or use the Edit icon.
To crop an image to fit the screen, use Command+Shift+Option+Crop.
To add text to an image by holding down Shift and then using Command+Tab.
To move an image from one place to another, use Shift+Option+.
To move an entire image, drag it.
To zoom an image using Command+, then Command+Ctrl+Z.
To scale an image: Hold down Command+Option and then drag it around the image.
To rotate an image around with Command+Right click and hold.