This is such a useful tip Lauren. Thanks for shaing it.
Very cool little trick!! I suspect you will be seeing this around the gallery. Thanks for sharing, Lauren.
Doesn't work for PSE 5
This is just a perfect tutorial and so easy to follow with your wonderful screenshots. Thanks for posting this one. Of to try it.HeatherL
Oh this is awesome Lauren - thank you so much!!! I love the example of the butterflies :)
hat a wonderful new technique to try. I learn way more tips this way than any other. Learning them one at a time is not overwhelming, and I've started printing each PDF file so I can put them into a notebook of tips. Thanks Lauren!!!!
I don't get it! How do you duplicate a layer using the transform tool?If I go to "edit" and then transform, I don't have a choice of duplicate layer. When I duplicate a layer, I go to "Layer" then to duplicate layer. Then when I try to do control alt t, nothing happens. What am I doing wrong?
Sorry the instructions could have been clearer and they are now - Insert a full stop or a comman after Duplicate a layer . Then it should make sense - Duplicate the layer THEN use the transform tool
OK! It is working better! But it is still not spacing them out for me!I end up with a triangle! And if I hit "T" they just end up going in the same three spots! I do fine with rotating it and downsizing it a little bit. That works! But as far as evenly spaced.....Must go try it again! It must be because of my Mac! Is there a page in the manual that tells how to do this, Lauren?
Hi Lauren,I know this is a tut from a few years ago, and probably therefore an earlier version of Photoshop than CS5, but does this technique still work? or has the technique and ability been removed or changed?I've tried and tried and tried and I can't get this technique to work at all.Any ideas?Many thanks.
It doesn't work with smart objects..could that be the problem?