Saving variations as layer comps


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Saving variations as layer comps

All right, I am still working inside that same Channel mixes.psd image. I've gone ahead and restored the original saved version of the image. So we're just seeing the background photograph and nothing more. In this exercise, I am going to introduce you to layer Comps, which are great for basically comparing the effect of different layers when piled on top of each other. So in our case for example, let's say I want to be able to compare Sienna 1 (raw), I will go ahead and turn that On, and then I want to compare it to Sienna 2 (burnt). So in other words I am comparing a raw Sienna effect to a burnt Sienna effect.

And if you are familiar with oils or acrylic paints, then you know that raw sienna is a yellowish brown and burnt Sienna is a reddish brown. And I want to be able to actually see that happen onscreen but in order to compare the two, I need to turn one Off and then the other On, and as a result I don't get that direct before and after preview, you know what I me...

Saving variations as layer comps
Video duration: 7m 57s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Saving variations as layer comps provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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