Working with "big layers"


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Working with "big layers"

I've saved my progress as New background .psd found inside the 10_layers folder. Speaking of the background, I want to make something clear. Notice that my background is filled with white, which just so happens to match my background color. That's the way it always is. Whenever you make a new background, it is filled with the background color. So for example, I'll press Control+Alt+ Z or Command+Option+Z on the Mac to undo the creation of that background. Then I'll press the X key, in order to swap the foreground and background color, so the background is now black. Then, I'll go up to the Layer menu, choose New, and choose Background From Layer and we end up getting a new black background.

Now if you don't like that, you want a white background instead, doesn't matter what color you got in the first place but you want white. Then you press the D key in order to establish your default colors including white as your background color, and then you press Ctrl+Backspa...

Working with "big layers"
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Working with "big layers" provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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