As you work with several adjustment layers at once in Adobe Photoshop, you might find the need for the group command. This command puts selected layers into a folder to help keep them organized. In this video, walk through how to group adjustment layers together in Adobe Photoshop.
- As you work with several adjustment layers,…you might find the need for the group command.…This puts all of the layers into a folder…and helps keep them organized.…Grouping is really just an organizational technique,…but it does give you some flexibility…over how layers are processed and stacked, let's see.…One of the things I like to do…is occasionally organize my files.…Now in this case, we've got several different…adjustment layers that are affecting things.…A gradient map, and if you take a look at that gradient,…it's applying a darkening effect…to the shadows, to a highlight.…
And since that's in on overlay mode, it behaves…very differently than if it were in normal mode.…Remember, changing blending modes…is the first place to start, and then tweak…the opacity on the adjustment layer to get the look.…A little bit of the vibrance adjustment there,…and it's poppin' the color in the sky, I like that.…And then I got this black and white adjustment up here.…Well, I wanna actually lock things down, so by selecting…
- Adjustment layer basics
- Improving color and contrast with Auto Curves and Auto Levels
- Creating custom black-and-white effects
- Using a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to recolor artwork
- Expert color grading with color lookup tables
- Using gradient maps
- Making nondestructive adjustments with Smart Objects and stack modes
Skill Level Advanced
Photoshop: Filters for Photographywith Chris Orwig1h 36m Advanced
1. Adjustment Layer Essentials
2. The Hidden Power of Auto
3. Beyond Black and White
5. Expert Color Grading with Color Lookup Tables
6. Gradient Maps
7. Smart Objects
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