30 thoughts on “How to use Smart Object in Photoshop CC Tutorial

  1. A big THANK YOU Mr Guru99. You just reveled a new dimension to me 😀 I would to know, what is ''rasterize'' layer. Sometimes, when im tryint to do something to a specific layer, photoshop dont allow me to do and say im ''must rasterize the layer''. What the hell is ''rasterized layer''. What the difference between a rasterized layer and a non rasterized layer. Im trying to study PS from zero. Thanks for your time, teacher. And really sorry the bad english. Its not my native language.

  2. Thank you for the try. However, I was looking for an answer that started like this: There are three reasons why you wouldn't want all subjects to be Smart Subjects. First, reason… Second, reason,,, Third, reason.
    I really would appreciate an answer like that either in writing or as part of your video.
    Thanks in advance.

  3. Since Photoshop didn't automatically make every object a smart object I assume there is some disadvantages associated with smart objects. Perhaps in a future video you can mention why I wouldn't want every object to be a smart object.
    Thanks for the video.

  4. The main question-How to create the smart object?
    Creating the Smart object
    **Select file > Place embedded any image(automatically created smart object)> Click smart object icon/Select File>New>Select another image>Select duplicate layer in specific image which you want to change>Two layers will flatten or merged then Save(File menu) Let see the change(Main file).

  5. why don't you explain how to open a .ai file into PS and keep it a smart object instead of repeating the same thing 3 times???

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