In this video, explore layers and layer groups.
- [Man] As a designer, one of the tasks…you are probably going to be frequently asked to do,…is to come together…and email in Photoshop.…And that's what we're going to be working with…here in this particular movie.…And we're going to be looking at some of…the organizational aspects of this particular file.…You are doubtlessly aware of layers and layer groups.…After all, you wouldn't get very far in Photoshop…without knowing too much about those.…
And, there are some benefits that are often overlooked.…Organization of course is one of them,…but another one is efficiency.…I'm just going to hold down the H key on my keyboard…and press with the left button of my mouse…and drag down to the bottom here and then release.…And release the H key.…So that, I've come out of birds-eye view…to these small icons at the bottom.…They're from a creative cloud library in this file.…Although, if you're using the exercise file,…there will be regular layers,…not that it matters here, of course.…
And they have a color overlay layer style applied to them.…
- Building templates
- Organizing your layers
- Managing presets
- Sharing assets
- Quick masking for mockups
- Making brushes
- Generating assets for web and UX
- Creating animation and video
- Saving files correctly
Skill Level Beginner
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