Employing nested Smart Objects


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Employing nested Smart Objects

For those of you who had only the dimmest comprehension of what in the world I was gushing on about at the end of previous exercise. Here is what I'm talking about. I have gone ahead and saved my progress so far as Density mask.psd, and I've got this Smart Object right here called Smart Girl. We've got a trio of Smart Filters assigned to it with one filter mask, and that's all you got folks. You've got one filter mask for a group of smart filters and you can have only one group of Smart Filters per Smart Object. You can't create sort of splitter group, so Smart Filters are going off in different directions with different filter masks.

That might actually be a really great idea, but it's not an option inside of Photoshop. So if you want to assign a different filter that's using a different filter mask, that's the important part. Then you are going to have to create a nested Smart Object, and that is the purpose and intention of this exercise. So I ...

Employing nested Smart Objects
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Employing nested Smart Objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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