There are thousands of tools, techniques, and shortcuts within Photoshop, and today we will share one that you’ll want to remember.
When working with composite images, retouching a set of photographs, or applying color grading, often we want to have the ability to easily apply those adjustments or layers across a few images. The following shortcut, demonstrated by PiXimperfect, allows you to extract individual layers, or even apply and save adjustments.
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To perform this shortcut, after selecting the layers you wish to extract, on a Mac, just press Cmd + Shift + ‘ (PC is Ctrl + Shift + ‘ ), which will then bring up a new dialog box for saving those layers in a .png format.
There are many useful applications for this shortcut, ranging from generating a quick preview for a client, to revisiting a similar set of adjustments for a new project. Give this handy new shortcut a try, we hope it’ll be a useful new tool in your arsenal.
Source: PiXimperfect | Featured Image: Pexels