Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Autonaming merged layers, part of Photoshop CS6 New Features.
Now, here's a modest feature for you.…Photoshop 13.1 is slightly smarter about the way that it names merged layers.…So, what would happen in the past?…Imagine I've got this layer called Portrait that I've specifically named, and then I turn…on this texture layer that I didn't bother about the name, just called layer 1 there.…I'll go ahead and set the Texture layer to the Overlay Blend mode, so that these two…layers are merged together.…Then I'll Shift-click on the Portrait layer in order to select it.…And in the old days if I were to merge these two layers together, the new layer would adopt…the name of the top layer in the stack. So, it would be Layer 1.…
Now-a-days it's going to be named after the custom named layer, in this case Portrait.…Let me give you a clearer sense of how that works.…I'm going to turn off Layer 1 for a moment. I'll also turn off the portrait layer.…Notice that I have a bunch of colorful layers in the background.…And the idea is I want to take this portrait layer, and I want to set it to the Multiply…
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- Filtering layers in the Layers panel
- Modifying multiple layers at once
- Applying layer effects to groups
- Working with the Content-Aware tools
- Redeveloping photos in Camera Raw 7
- Creating depth of field with the Blur Gallery
- Correcting wide-angle panoramas
- Filling and stroking shape layers
- Editing videos in the Timeline panel
- Previewing 3D shadows and reflections
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