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Thread: Photoshop: Channels vs. Layers

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    Lightbulb Photoshop: Channels vs. Layers

    I am attempting to create a image in Photoshop; a tutorial in fact that is depicting how to create one of those "wax seal" things with a logo in it...One of the problems is that it keeps mentioning channels and I am curious if there is a difference between working in a channel or just the layer....

    The next problem I encounter is loading a selection so it can be used as a texture channel when I utilize the Lighting filter in Photoshop...it really doesn't seem to work so anyone have an idea of what I am doing wrong?

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    To load a selection, hold down on the ctrl (control) key and click on the layer (in the layers palette) you want to load.

    Havik

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    In regards to layers and channels (I skipped that part ) check out this link on channels:
    http://photoshopgurus.info/beginners...xplained.shtml
    and this on layers:
    http://www.webreference.com/graphics/column32/

    Havik

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    Hey thanks a bunch..I appreciate it.

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    No problem,

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    the two links that Havik left are very helpful to me, thank you!

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    Your welcome, it's my pleasure to help and provide information.

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