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  • Quick question :)

    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!

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    Re: Quick question

    One of two ways

    Distructive: Merge it down into the layer below. But you can't go back and change the settings or any mask you applied

    Nondistructive: Make it a clipping layer. hold down the Alt/Option key and click on the line between the adjustment layer and the layer below. This will clip the adjustment to just the layer below (undo it the same way). You will see the adjustment layer become "indented" in your layers palette.

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    • #3
      Re: Quick question

      thanks! i knew it must of been simple, ill go with the non destructive way cheers.....

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      • #4
        Re: Quick question

        also if you have a loose adjustment layer and you want to "attach" it to the layer below, press "alt" + "cmd" + G. That locks it to the layer beneath the adjustment layer.

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