32 thoughts on “How to Free Transform in Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 – Photoshop Free Transform

  1. THANK YOU! I recently upgraded to the latest version, after operating with a really old version, and this was killing me until I found your awesome video! You rock!!

  2. Hi, thank you for your video! in the past when I would click on a layer the transform corners would appear automatically and now I have to ctrl+t is that option is totally removed? TIA

  3. When I right click it just brings up a menu of the layers. It worked the first time then when I did it again this happened. Why???

  4. So, just Hold down shift! You have no idea how long I've been looking for the answer to this question.
    That's all I really needed, but I will now watch to the end of your video and all commercials so I can help your watch time. Thanks again.

  5. 2018 and below I always used the shift key when free transforming to keep the image proportions the same. Now all I have to do with 2019 is grab the corners and it keeps the same shape then makes it smaller or larger Which I just realized from you, thank you 🙂 After a half hour of wondering what the heck is wrong with the shift key making my image all screwy. Also if you hold the ALT key it works too but no need.

  6. The fixed proportion by default behavior is now different to Illustrator. Workflow typically switches between Illustrator and Photoshop. So now the two softwares don't behave the same anymore. This new behavior is not helpful at all.

  7. thanks for the tutorial but why I am getting blue border with free transform while yours is black?

  8. Going mad here…. Once I've transformed an image onto a new document how do I crop the image I've just moved (but not the whole document)?

  9. Photoshop updated again the other day and for me it’s been stuck on free transform. Thank you so much for helping me fix this it was so infuriating! To anyone else running 2021 with this issue, hold shift. You have no idea how thankful I am for this ❤️

  10. I usually keep my transform tool on but I clicked something & now it won't stay.
    How do I get it to stay without having to continue clicking Command + T?? Thank you in advance

  11. Thanks Dude I had an problem suchas you showed in the video you gived me answer 9999 likes from me actually i cant give but in my heart i can give bro good luck tou yoyu i use windows

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