Scripts are a more advanced form of actions, as they are created with programming languages. They allow Adobe Photoshop to perform very complex tasks. Can you work with layer comps? In this video, Richard Harrington walks through working with layer comps on an image in Adobe Photoshop.
- If you're using Photoshop as a design tool,…layer comps are awesome.…They allow you to store different variations…of a design by turning on layers or turning them off,…or, perhaps, modifying a layer style…or the position of a layer.…This allows you to experiment with many…different designs without having to create…hundreds of different files.…Here's how.…As I was designing the poster, I experimented…with a few options.…You'll see that I tried some different colors.…For example, using a black and white effect…at a lower opacity or a slightly different…treatment that was pure black and white.…
A white background versus a black background.…Well, all of this can be stored.…If we go to the layer comps menu, you'll see…that there could be different looks.…Each look can memorize a combination.…For example, if I were to select something here…and make a change, maybe it's the visibility…of the black and white adjustment layer…and turning off the signature, I can click…to make a new look.…
Can call that look five.…I can memorize the visibility of layers,…
- Saving images in different file formats
- Creating actions
- Recording actions
- Batch processing
- Creating droplets
- Working with variables
- Scripting in Photoshop
Skill Level Intermediate
Bridge CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost1h 13m Beginner
1. Understanding Actions
2. Automating Commands
3. Using Scripts
Wrapping up1m 35s
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