Copying vs. cloning a Smart Object


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Copying vs. cloning a Smart Object

I have saved the final version of our composition as Digital double exposure.psd. We are now ready to move on to our final project in this chapter and that's Smug guy.psd that comes to us from Ali of the Fotolia image library and you can see that I have got this guy set up as a Camera Raw Smart Object. Now, what we are going to do inside of this project, I am going to show you how you can go about creating true clones of a Camera Raw image if you want to so that all of the clones update in kind every time you make a change inside of Camera Raw.

I will also show you how to avoid that, if you'd rather that the two objects were linked to independent images, but first let me show you what's going on, what we are going to be doing by the way is creating a symmetrical face effect. So we are going to cut this guy's face right down the center and then flip the left half over onto the right half so that he has a strangely, bizarrely symmetrical face which is a kind of fun effect ...

Copying vs. cloning a Smart Object
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Copying vs. cloning a Smart Object provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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