Saving your own layer comps


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Saving your own layer comps

Alright, now let's go ahead and create a couple of custom layer comps of our own. I am going to go ahead and twirl close these folders that I have got open here, these layer groups, so that we save a little room inside the Layers palette and I am going to turn on the Interlacing layer which conveys those TV lines and I am also going to turn on the Reddish layer so that we have the nice blood red action going here inside the composition. Now, how do we go about saving this as a layer comp? Well. let's hide the Layers palette from view by pressing the F7 key so that I can get to the Layer Comps palette.

Notice, of course, that the page icon now appears in front of last document state indicating that we have a custom state that has not been saved yet. And we can save that state by clicking on the little new icon, the little page icon here at the bottom of the Layer Comps palette. Notice, that brings up the New Layer Comp dialog box. So this time around, whereas in order to display a dialog bo...

Saving your own layer comps
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Saving your own layer comps provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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