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Adjustment layers on Sets??? - Adobe Photoshop 7, CS, CS2 & CS3

Hi all, Hi all, Imho one cannot apply an application layer to a set in ps7, yet I wanna know whether it's possible at all? Maybe someone knows a turnaround for my problem. If you do, pls describe your technique. I'll explain my problem a bit. Basicly I have the following setup (for a painted tree) in ps7: SET - mask - layer Screen*BM (not fully filled + overlapping) - layer Multiply*BM (not fully filled + overlapping) - layer Normal*BM (not fully filled + overlapping) Layer Now I want to be able to add an application layer to change the ...

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    Default Adjustment layers on Sets???

    Hi all,

    Hi all,

    Imho one cannot apply an application layer to a set in ps7, yet I wanna know whether it's possible at all?

    Maybe someone knows a turnaround for my problem. If you do, pls describe your technique.
    I'll explain my problem a bit. Basicly I have the following setup (for a painted tree) in ps7:

    SET - mask
    - layer Screen*BM (not fully filled + overlapping)
    - layer Multiply*BM (not fully filled + overlapping)
    - layer Normal*BM (not fully filled + overlapping)
    Layer

    Now I want to be able to add an application layer to change the hue/sat of my 'SET' without changing the 'Layer' underneath.

    Collapse all layers from the set to a single layer with an application layer won't work due to the fact that the multiply*BM layer darkens the original 'Layer'. When collapsed the latter won't work anymore.

    So how do I change colors of the set at once?

    rgds and tnx in advance.

    nisus

    pls also refer to this topic: <http://www.cgarchitect.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=10&t=000039#000006>
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    Default Re: Adjustment layers on Sets???

    Never tried to change a whole set like that, but there's an equally simple way. Ctrl+U gives you the Hue/Saturation dialog. You can change it on one layer and then click Ctrl+ALT+U to apply the same H&S settings to other layers.
    sandy_johnson@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Adjustment layers on Sets???

    Just create your Adjustment Layer (What you called an "Application Layer") inside the layer set. Change the blend mode of the set from "Pass through" to "Normal".
    Photo_Help@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Adjustment layers on Sets???

    Wow tnx guys!

    Sandy: Good idea, but I like not to alter layer content ,-)

    Photo Help: marvellous!
    nisus@adobeforums.com Guest

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