Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating layer groups, part of Photoshop for the iPad First Look.
- Now in the previous movie, … I pasted in … some pixels that I had copied … from an earlier file. … But how do you get other image layers into your document? … Well that's what you're going to find out here. … First of all with two fingers, … I'm just going to sweep down to collapse the layers, … I love doing that (laughs), have you guessed? … I love doing those two things. … And we move our attention … over to the tools on the left hand side. … Look down towards the bottom, … and you'll see the eyedropper … and just above that an image icon, … and if you tap there, … then again, you have four options … for bringing in content. … I'm going to go … to files. … Okay, and you'll see libraries in there … which we'll look at later on by the way. … And then, I have this galaxy image. … Just there, and that comes in … and I am automatically taken … into a workspace … to deal with … transforming this. … Don't worry too much about the size, … this comes in smaller, so you can work with it, … unlike desktop Photoshop …
- Opening a document
- Exploring the interface
- Making selections
- Working on masks
- Creating layers and layer groups
- Adding adjustment layers
- Retouching images
- Using blending modes
- Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad
Skill Level Beginner
Simple Photo Edits On Your Phonewith Tracey Clark1h 48m Intermediate
Cloud documents2m 38s
1. Getting Started
2. Making Selections and Masks
3. Working with Layers
5. Retouching and Blending
6. Composite Projects
7. Publishing and Exporting
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