Adjusting multiple layers at once


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Adjusting multiple layers at once

I've saved my progress as Colorful stemware.psd, found inside the 10_layers folder and in this exercise, we're going to be adjusting multiple layers simultaneously. So we're going to Invert a bunch of layers and then we're going to change the Opacity of a bunch of layers at once. The first thing I want to do is make these layers bright against the black background. So that means Invert and I'm going to do it using an Invert adjustment layer. So I'll press Shift+Tab to bring back my right side panels, there is Adjustments. I'll drop-down to this Invert button and click on it. Now you may wonder why I would do such of things.

After all, I was telling you a few chapters back that Invert is a nondestructive operation because every luminance level has an exact opposite luminance level. You can invert back and forth without harming the image at all. So why not just do that, particularly given that if you click on Invert here inside the Adjustments panel, there are ...

Adjusting multiple layers at once
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Adjusting multiple layers at once provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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