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How to Use Smart Objects in Photoshop

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Published on Jun 12, 2013

Here's a quick video showing you how Smart Objects will make your life *that* much easier when working in Photoshop!

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Smart Objects: By converting a layer to a Smart Object, you're able to maintain the layer's original state, allowing you to resize and add filters non-destructively. To convert a layer into a Smart Object, right click on the layer in your Layers Panel, and choose Convert to Smart Object.

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