Photoshop Top 40 Countdown with Deke McClelland: #39 – Layer Comps

Published by | Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Layer comps let you assemble multiple image variations or even independent pieces of artwork inside a single Adobe Photoshop file. The Layer Comps palette gives you the freedom to save and compare saved versions of a document within the same file, rather than having to create different documents in order to manage a variety of designs.

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One Response to “Photoshop Top 40 Countdown with Deke McClelland: #39 – Layer Comps”

  1. I love layer comps and I love the ability within InDesign to import specific layer comps. But I find it INCREDIBLY SLOW when importing into InDesign and also updating. It’s okay at home but at work, within a production environment, it is simply t0o0o0o slow. I find it much faster to simply save out individual files. Is there any way around this (am I doing something wrong) or is this how it has to be? If so, why is it so slow and will Adobe address this in future releases? Thanks.

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