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JustinP

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Grouping layers is an excellent productivity tip. Always label your layers/groups so you don't get lost. Organize them in a way that is easy to find. My PSDs usually comprise of ~200 layers and probably 50 or so groups and subgroups.

AND new with CS6, you can apply layer styles to a group! No need to use mart objects when applying multiple layer styles. Just group group GROUP AWAY!



Ah...I see. There are points where it says "create a new layer and draw a rectangle shape". That's the Author's fault for not realizing it does this automatically.

Awesome, thanks for all the help.

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Photoshop CS6 is a wonderful version and also have nice features. if you never use Photoshop then its too difficult for you to use it to design something. So you can find a lot of online tutorials which help you to create designs. You can use the Youtube video tutorials for this purpose.

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I would start with Photoshop Elements 11, it has many of the tools that full Photoshop has for a fraction of the cost. Check out the youtube videos of 42technoman who regularly does videos on how to use photoshop elements. Doug

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I would start with Photoshop Elements 11, it has many of the tools that full Photoshop has for a fraction of the cost. Check out the youtube videos of 42technoman who regularly does videos on how to use photoshop elements. Doug

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