How to Use adjustment layers vs. the Adjustment menu Photoshop


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Using adjustment layers vs. the Adjustment menu

One of the fundamental principles of non-destructive editing inside of Adobe Photoshop are adjustment layers. Adjustment layers can give you the freedom to experiment and test different adjustments without damaging your original files. Over here on my image, I have a mobile device shot that I want to change the color of my screen. I'm going to do it two ways. The first way I'm going to go through and do it with an adjustment layer, and the second way I'm going to do it using a traditional layer and adjustment menu option. First, I'm going to take a selection of my screen, and come over to my adjustments panel and activate hue saturation adjustments.

And that's going to give me my hue saturation adjustment layer I can adjust my hue, and this is all non-destructive. I can turn the visibility on and off. I can even reset this or trash this if I don't like the effect. So that non-destructive element is the first bonus that I get by doing this. The second feature that I like is my fi...

Using adjustment layers vs. the Adjustment menu
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Using adjustment layers vs. the Adjustment menu provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Kevin Stohlmeyer as part of the Processing Product Photos with Photoshop

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