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When you apply any filter or adjustment to your image in Photoshop, you have a second option to immediately go and “fade” that filter or adjustment under your edit menu. The problem with this feature is that once you start doing anything else in Photoshop, you no longer can fade or change that last placed filter/adjustment. Is there a better way to make filters and adjustment layers non-destructive? Yes. This tutorial will cover Smart Filters and Adjustment Layers as the alternative to the “Fade” feature in Photoshop CC.
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