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How to use the measurement tool in photoshop


The Toolbar

    • crop tools
    • Eyedropper Tool (Keyboard: I )
    • Photoshop's Eyedropper Tool samples colors in an image. Increase "Sample Size" in the Options Bar for a better representation of the sampled area's color
    • Photoshop Artboard Tool.
    • 3D Material Eyedropper Tool (Keyboard: shift + I )
    • Use the Perspective Crop Tool to both crop an image and fix common distortion or perspective problems.
    • Photoshop Rectangular Marquee Tool.
    • Color Sampler Tool (Keyboard: Shift + I )
    • The Color Sampler Tool displays color values for the selected (sampled) area in an image. Up to four areas can be sampled at a time. View the color information in Photoshop's Info panel.
    • Photoshop Elliptical Marquee Tool.
    • Ruler Tool ( shift + I )
    • The Ruler Tool measures distances, locations and angles. Great for positioning images and elements exactly where you want them.
    • Photoshop Elliptical Marquee Tool.
    • Note Tool ( shift + I )
    • The Note Tool allows you to attach text-based notes to your Photoshop document, either for yourself or for others working on the same project. Notes are saved as part of the .PSD file.
    • Photoshop Elliptical Marquee Tool.
    • Count Tool ( shift + I )
    • Use the Count Tool to manually count the number of objects in an image, or to have Photoshop automatically count multiple selected areas in the image.


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