I wrote a blog post about how we layer our photoshop files at Focus Lab You should check it out over here and let me know what you think.
Not sorry for the long shadow...
Created with the Focus Lab team
3 months ago
Great read - as well as this illustration here.
Thanks for sharing!
Kenney Layers? Who is the culprit.
Love this way of working - makes so much sense // and it's not an anal, over the top extra process, it should benefit all involved. Although it might make it easier for those producers/AM's who think they know photoshop to mess around with my..... sorry off on a rant - great work.
So glad this is up! Thanks! This will be super helpful to so many people.
Good read sir.
Well said bud!
The only reason I liked this was for the long shadow.
That's a good way to keep everything under control! Thanks!
Thanks @Axel Herrmann
No worries @George Otsubo - glad you liked it.
Thanks @Andrew Edwards
It only took me around 6 months - so Im glad it's up to = ) thanks @Vivek Venkatraman
Thanks @Gabrael Green @Mirco Moretti @Eric Stanley
@Shane Helm i did the long shadow just for you!
Glad it helped @Ellen Zheng
I've been looking for this type of articles, I'll add this on my reading list. Nice post :)
Thank you sir!
@Charlie Waite What have I done to deserve such attention? I'll stand in the long shadow in honor sir.
Good read. Maybe Adobe itself should make this a strict note and make a universal layering system :)
interesting read, all ways on the look out for an organisational tips
...btw, don't you rename the individual layers too?
Good read. Was just about to comment when: http://i.imgur.com/QfKzOKZ.png
Yes, finally! (blog feedback: would be cool to have text on the left and screenshot on the right when dealing with such narrow and long images)
Very well-organized layers, good article. I use also color bookmarks to separate the layers.
about 1 month ago
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