Photoshop work spaces
Photoshop work spaces :
Work space (Work area) is an arrangement of Photoshop UI components.
Predefined Work spaces:
There are some predefined work spaces provided by Photoshop for various users.
We can switch from one work space to another work space by following these steps.
Window Menu - Work space - Select the work space to switch
R.H.S of the option bar - Work space drop down box - Select the work space to switch
Essentials (default): meant for beginners.
New in CS6: highlights newly added or modified features, commands etc. to the Photoshop CS6.
3D: meant for 3D artists.
Motion: meant for video editors.
Painting: meant for painters (Digital Painting).
Photography: meant for photographers.
Typography: meant for typographers.
User defined Work spaces:
Various Photoshop users like Designing Students, Photographer, Typographer, 3D artist, Video editor, Animator etc. customize the Photoshop work space / work area according to their requirements. As I told in the previous video tutorial we can customize the Photoshop work space according to our requirements. Such user created work spaces are known as User defined work spaces. So let’s arrange Photoshop UI components according to our requirements and create a work space.
Create a work space:
Arrange UI components -
Window Menu – Work space – New Work space – Give a name – Save
Delete a work space:
Switch to other work space (i.e. Work space to be deleted should not be active work space) –
Window Menu – Work space –– Delete Work space – Select work space to delete – delete
Reset a work space:
Switch to work space to be reset (i.e. Work space to be reset should be active work space) -
Window Menu – Work space – Reset (Active Work space name)