Any time I’m showing a client my work on screen, I use this technique because it quickly tucks Photoshop out of the way so the client isn’t distracted by the palettes, menus, etc. They can focus on just the image, and not on the software I’m using. Also, it does a nice job of presenting each photo in almost a museum setting—perfectly centered on a black background with no distractions.
Open the Photo you want to show to your client in Photoshop.
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Press f, f, Tab (that’s the letter “f” twice, then the Tab key). The first “f” centers your photo ...