|May 6, 2007, 10:05 AM||#1|
Why are background layers locked as default in Photoshop?
I've just traded up from Elements to CS3 and am tentatively feeling my way around
One thing I find frustrating is that when I import an image into a blank document, the layer is marked background and is locked as default. I also don't appear to be able to unlock it? I end up duplicating the layer and then deleting the original.
Either I'm missing something fundamental about technique or I'm being dopey. What am I doing wrong?
|May 6, 2007, 10:44 AM||#3|
Thanks Jamesarm - that'll save me a lot of messing around
I presume the idea of locking the background is to get you used to protecting the basic image and using other layers to do the edits?
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