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The Benefit of Using Groups in Photoshop

When I’m working on an intricate edit in Photoshop, I’ve found that grouping my layers together can come in quite handy. Not only do groups allow you to keep all of your layers organized, but they also allow you to make changes to multiple layers at once. In this video, I’ll explain more about the benefit of using groups in Photoshop.

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