Introducing adjustment layers Photoshop CS6


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Introducing adjustment layers

Adjustment layers are a nondestructive way to make adjustments in Photoshop. You can see that we have an Adjustments panel dedicated to them, and each one of these little icons is a different Adjustment layer. As we roll over the icon, we can either see a tool tip if we hover, or you'll notice that the name changes right up here. So I don't want you to be confused with the adjustments that are found under the Image menu. When you select Image>Adjustments, although a lot of the same names and the same adjustments are listed here, these are going to be permanent changes.

So, for example, if I decide to do something like change the levels in my image, and I'll explain what this dialog box does in a minute, but any change that I make here, when I click OK, the pixels in my image have been changed. The only way to get back to where they were before is either to select Undo right now, Cmd+ or Ctrl+Z or revert the file. So it's a very destructive way of editing, and I prefe...

Introducing adjustment layers
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Introducing adjustment layers provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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