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Adobe Photoshop can be complex. With so many tools and shortcuts, it's only natural that an iPhone app exists to speed up ...
your workflow. Photo Keys is reviewed by Stephanie Chu.
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Stephanie Chu: Love using Photoshop there is an iPhone companion out there and we are going to give you all the 411. Photoshop is a powerful digital imaging program, so powerful that there seems to be zillion tools and functions not to mention endless amounts of shortcuts. Can an iPhone app make it more manageable let's find out. If you enjoyed review Pro, the same developers have another app targeting Photoshop users cum Photokeys. This app may turn your iPhone or iPod Touch into Photoshop companion that lets you activate all your basic tools, user define shortcuts of hot keys all in hopes of improving the Photoshop users work flow, let's see how it works.
The first thing you need to do is download the service software from mobileairmouse.com/photokeys and make me have a healthy Wi-Fi network. You also need to be on either Mac OS-X or windows XP or Vista and of course have Adobe Photoshop. In this case I'm using the older CS3 version of Photoshop and there is a bit of setup involved with Photokeys. First you need to open up Photo short keyboard settings using command shift option key or for those who haven't received their Photoshop geek club card use edit keyboard shortcuts, there you will see the pretty fine keyboard shortcuts and you can create calls here of your favorite work stuff. Then on the desktops service side you will manually type in your shortcuts and of course running labels which in turn setup on you Photokeys app.
Pressing this buttons should do the job on your active layer in Photoshop therefore saving you time. But does it really save time I found that many of the tools and App cold be activated just as fast if not faster with my existing keyboard where they are using a mouse or tablet, there is a nagging sense of redundancy not to mention it really involves setup for user defined shortcuts. This extra profile doesn't adds to my work flow, yes we have a few ideas but first lets check in on our hot app of the day.
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Male Speaker: So for example going from your lock of device you can hit the home button, tap and hold the status bar in about a second you're ready to take pictures. Also from any running application, here I'm running notes. Simply tap and hold the status bar. And you are ready to take some pictures, home button again to exit and you have never left your running application.
Eileen Rivera: Snappy is available in the Cydia app store for $1.99. Now back to Stephanie and her judgment on Photokeys.
Stephanie Chu: After tuning with Photokeys I developed a list of the good and the bad. The concept of improving Photoshop workflow and being able to access customize hot keys with just touch is awesome and just like MS Pro the several iPhone works moving together. But they consider the very involved setup of hot keys and the general workflow to be insufficient from my experience with that. There is a bunch of things that could make it awesome. How about an App that offers tools such as pick zoon instead of preset modification or brush size and hardness that change with top to bottom and left to right finger side instead of using the keyboard using bracket and just bracket.
If they can take advantage of multi-touch, oh the possibilities and lastly if they can find a loaded Photoshop shortcuts instead of manually typing them in there will be a total win. Until then I'm going to have to recommend do not download Photokeys, Photoshoping app for the iPhone. With that said Photokeys is a good concept that has to grow and I'm still looking for to future releases. I'm Stephanie Chu and if you got a tip buzz send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hit up our forms or contact me directly on Twitter at Marilee.
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