On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 4:24 AM, Jacopo Corzani <corz...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well, adjustment layers is what GIMP developers seem to refer to as
>> "layer abuse" :)
>> There are different ways to implement non-destructive editing. Would
>> you be interested to find out more?
>> Alexandre Prokoudine
> Hi Alexandre,
> i could agree with your consideration of "layer abuse" but adjustment
> layer is a quick and robust solution to manage effects whenever i want.
> Changing a curve (or any other "effect") dynamically without duplicate
> layers would be a great.
> Sure,i'm interested to find another quick way to handle "effects" during
> time without do an layer abuse, but i don't have any ideas that speed up
> work like adj layers... :)
> Thanks for your response.
Peter Sikking has already expressed a way of doing this: you attach a
list of effects to a layer or layer group.
As he observes, this avoids the problem of 'adjustment layers' not
actually being layers in any normal sense (that is, their lack of
content) while allowing the same or greater functionality.
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