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  • st.james
    Photoshop question
    by st.james
    Hi, I just noticed this trough an action I downloaded. How can you make the adjustment-layer only affect only one other layer like here?

    When I add new adjustment-layers they're only stacked in line with the other layers...

    Feels like I missed something very elementary...
    07-18-2010, 07:28 PM
  • artmaker
    how to adjust one layer without adjusting ALL of them
    by artmaker
    using CS2, I have an image of a wood grain sign. The wood grain is in multiple layers and under each is an outline I brushed in.
    Now... I want to lighten the wood a bit without changing the color of the outline. I tried linking the three wood tone layers together. Then do an adjustment layer....
    07-12-2006, 01:56 PM
  • waffeliron
    Quick question :)
    by waffeliron
    Just a quicky.... how do you make an adjustment layer only affect the layer beneth it and not all of the layers underneath it? its probably really simple, who knows?

    Cheeeeeeeeeeeers!
    09-14-2008, 11:08 AM
  • pavel123
    Photoshop: How to apply an adjustment layer to the top layer only
    by pavel123
    Danny,

    I remember one of your postings there you mentioned that an adjustment layer can be applied selectively only to the layer beneath it (lower layers would not be affected).

    Tried to find that post with little success. Can you possibly give a link to that message or...
    08-23-2006, 07:33 PM
  • jenjen
    Linking adjustment layers
    by jenjen
    I have a really dumb question. When i'm using a adjustment layer on a picture and i want to add a second one then how do i link this first one with the picture? I usually merge them first and then do the second one but i know there is a easier way. I hope that is clear enough!
    11-10-2005, 12:02 PM
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