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Chapter 7. Working with Adjustment Layer... > Creating a Temporary Composite Image

Creating a Temporary Composite Image

When you merge adjustment layers into the image, you wind up with a single layer, which contains all of the adjustments. By merging the adjustment layers, you do lose control over the individual adjustment layers. It's basically a trade off of smaller files sizes, less layers to contend with, but less control over the image. Let's say you want the best of both worlds—a single layer that contains the image, all of the adjustments, and the original image with separate adjustment layers. It's possible, all you have to do is create a composite layer.


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