17 Photoshop Tips from Actual Advice Mallard

Comments (15)
  1. arun shiyan says:

    please put a step by step photos. nice teaching !!

  2. Anonymous says:

    please put a step by step photos nice teaxhing

  3. eric trtr says:

    Oh hell yes to the advice mallard. All naysayers go quack off.

  4. kris says:

    Another one is to click the eyedropper somewhere on your picture then drag it outside of Photoshop to sample a color from a website or picture.

  5. Ollie Rodrigues says:


  6. stewie says:

    0 for 100% opacity and 00 for 0% opacity? Sounds like adobe got it backwards. 0 should be 0% and 00 100%… or am I just crazy?

    1. Pedro Dias says:


      There’s 2 zeros in 100 so it should be 00
      Or even better, let us type 100

    2. Anonymous says:

      It’s because you rarely need to set it to 0% (turn off the layer instead). 100% is more common

  7. Madge S says:

    This is a meme created by people on reddit.com. The duck is called Actual Advice Malard and he’s a meme that gives life advices. People took stuff from http://www.reddit.com/r/lifeprotips and turn it into this meme.

    Don’t confuse this green duck with the red one!!!!!!! The red one is Malicious Advice Malard who gives you bad advices!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. Mallard says:

      Malicious advice mallard is full of FOWL tips!

  8. ashna says:

    nice info!! but dint find any change in the duck!!!!!!

  9. TheMuffinMan says:

    Nice way of teaching Photoshop hahaha

  10. Humberto says:

    Good info but why all pictures and why is duck teaching to me?

    1. :P says:

      because the duck is a meme (www.memestache.com)makes it a bit easier to remember than just 3 lines of text (in my head anyway. because then it acts kinda like if someone said something rather than reading)

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