Using adjustment layers and masks


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Using adjustment layers and masks

The best nondestructive way to edit your images in Elements is to use adjustment layers. By doing so you can edit or delete your adjustments at any time. You can also control which areas of the image are affected by the adjustment by painting in its companion layer mask. I'm currently in the Bridge application and I'm viewing our exercise files folders. What I would like to do is actually access our Chapter 09, Working with Layers folder. Double-click on that to open it up. Then I'm going to double-click on this layered file, Enzo_ beach_layers.psd. Double-click that to open it up in the Elements' Editing workspace.

One thing I should mention is if you're going to work with layers, when you're ready to save the file, if you want to preserve your layers, you must save it in either the Photoshop PSD format or Photoshop PDF format. You can also save in a layered TIFF format. If you choose to include layers in the TIFF. So those are the three formats that you can use...

Using adjustment layers and masks
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Using adjustment layers and masks provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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