Copying layer effects and applying them to other layers


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Copying layer effects and applying them to other layers

Okay. If we take a look at this file, you'll see that the Dahlia layer already has some layer effects applied to it. You can see there is a stroke applied to that and a Drop Shadow. To get more specific, we can go ahead and click on that layer and turn down the twisty or just click on the little down arrow for the Effects icon, and you'll see those are the two effects that have been applied to that particular layer, so the Drop Shadow and the Stroke. But what if I want the Tulips, Lilly and Mixed layers to have the exact same set of effects applied to them? I don't want to have to click on Tulips, go to the Effects icon, choose you know Drop Shadow and then remember all those settings, and have to do that for multiple layers.

I just want to copy layer effects from one layer and apply them to others. Quick, easy way to do that. If I want just the entire set of effects - so I don't even have to expand the Effects icon here. I am going to go ahead and collapse that back down -...

Copying layer effects and applying them to other layers
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Copying layer effects and applying them to other layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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