Clipping adjustment layers automatically


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Clipping adjustment layers automatically

When you create an adjustment layer, by default it automatically affects every single layer underneath it. So, here I am at the top of the layers stack, on this Bubbles layer. I'm going to go to the Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and you will see that it inserts it at the top of the layers stack. Let's go and turn the Colorized check box in the Adjustments panel and we'll give it a more attractive hue here, let's say. We can make it more like a green there and maybe desaturate it just a touch. Okay. So, it's affecting every single layer that's comes underneath it. If you want it to only affect the layer immediately below it, you need to clip the adjustment layer. You can do it after the fact by holding down the Option key and clicking between the two layers to do layer clips and now it's only affecting the layer directly below it. Let's undo that. You can also go the Adjustments panel itself, and instead of having another keyboard shortcut, you click tha...

Clipping adjustment layers automatically
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Clipping adjustment layers automatically provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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