Use the Underlying Layer slider option Photoshop Masking


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Using the Underlying Layer slider option

In this exercise, I'll show you how to force through luminance levels from one or more underlying layers, using the underlying layer slider bar. I have saved my progress as Clouds & Lighting.psd, found inside the 09_sliders folder. We are going to revisit the blending options by double-clicking on an empty portion of this lighting layer. Notice by the way, that everything we've done so far is a parametric nondestructive modification. In other words, we are using parameters inside of a dialog box in this case, in order to make our modifications, which means that we can change our mind anytime we like.

I could go ahead and reset every single thing that I've done so far, just by changing the options here inside the dialog box. However, I don't want to do that of course. So I am going to reinstate the settings that were here when I first visited the dialog box. By pressing the Alt key or the Option key and a Mac, that changes a Cancel button to Reset button and then you cli...

Using the Underlying Layer slider option
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Using the Underlying Layer slider option provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop Masking and Compositing: Advanced Blending

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Design
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Photoshop
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