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Photoshop: Undestructive Editing

Part of Photoshop CS4 Basics

PhotoshopIcon Photoshop: Undestructive EditingPhotoshop: Layers

So how do we manipulate images in Photoshop? …well hang on a second, what you need to be is be very careful, as any changes to the image are destructive to the base image. This video will introduce you to the concept of non-destructive modifications by use of layers.

What does Undestructive mean in Photoshop?

Sounds very complicated, but in fact its easy and the safest thing you can do to any image in Photoshop! Using layers will save your bacon in more ways than one when it comes to modifying your pictures.

So please sit back and watch the tutorial which hopefully will stop your images from being destroyed and also stop several grey hairs from forming… which happened to me until I learnt about them!

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1 Comment

  1. Jo Diageo says
    04 Aug 14 at 3:39pm

    Why not just use RAW images … endlessly better.
    PS: Are you from Barnsley by any chance?

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