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3 MUST KNOW Photoshop layer tips



These 3 Photoshop tips will save you so much time. Did you know you can do this in Photoshop? Colin Smith shows you 3 (actually 4) of his top tips for working with layered images in Photoshop.

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30 comments
  1. Last 2-3 I knew, but the FIRST one is fine timesaver! Thanks! I figured the odds were that I knew NONE of your tips (because you are clearly more savvy than me), and that WOULD have been case, except last week I learned the "move (duplicate) layers to another open document" trick..

  2. I've been trying to find a way to do Tip #3 forever ~ thanks!! I'm going to use it to eliminate layers without losing what layers I want.

  3. Hi Colin, thank you for these tips. I was not aware of the last one. That said, isn't it also possible to duplicate a layered document by clicking on the smart object and clicking J. Am I not correct?

  4. Wow, thank you very much Colin. That's Photoshop advice clearly explained, easy and practical that makes my day. I had wanted to know what is described here for a long time.

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