Reusing adjustment layers


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Reusing adjustment layers

If you shot more than one image in the same lighting conditions, you can take advantage of the fact that an adjustment layer can be reused on more than one image. For example, here I have two photographs that I took from approximately the same vantage point in the same lighting conditions. This is flag2.psd to which I have already applied two adjustment layers: a Levels adjustment layer to set the black and white points of the image, as I'll show you how to do in later movies, and a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer to tweak the overall brightness of the image.

Then I have flag3.psd also open and I'll click its tab to show you this image. I haven't yet adjusted this image, but I think that I can probably use the same adjustment layers on this image that I did on flag2.psd. So I'm going to go back to flag2.psd and I'm going to select both adjustment layers by clicking on one and then holding down that Command key on the Mac or the Ctrl key on the PC and clicking on...

Reusing adjustment layers
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Reusing adjustment layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4: Image Adjustments in Depth

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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