Crystal McCullough |
Monday, December 28, 2009
p>An adjustment layer is an independent layer of color adjustment that you can edit any time you like. It affects all layers below it, consumes very little space in memory, and affords the opportunity for selective edits. In this week’s Photoshop Top 40 Countdown episode, Deke takes us through using one of Photoshop’s oldest and best non-destructive image-editing tools.
Tags: Adjustment Layers, Deke McClelland, Photoshop Top 40
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