Nesting one Smart Object inside another


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Nesting one Smart Object inside another

I've saved my progress as Volumetric man.psd. In the previous exercise, we went ahead and assigned Shadows/Highlights to this Smart Object as an editable Smart Filter and just to remind you of where we're going, I'll go back to Static Shad-High comp.psd. This is that version of the effect that we created back in Chapter 17 using static pixel-based layers. So each filter is assigned to a pixel-based layer, which grows the file incrementally, creates additional complexity, more work for Photoshop, less editability for you because you cannot edit the numerical settings applied to any one of these pixel-based layers.

If you decided you wanted to assign different Shadows/Highlights functions for example, you would have to delete this layer and start again. But I'm going to go ahead and turn Off the Filter set group for a moment here, so that we can see this is where we are so far. So, if I switch back and forth between these two images, you can see that they appear identical, ev...

Nesting one Smart Object inside another
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Nesting one Smart Object inside another 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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