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Is it possible to have two pixel layers, each with their own edits, active at the same time?


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As shown in my attached image, in my intent to edit non-destructively, I have created a dodge/burn layer and an inpainting layer. However, the dodge/burn pixel layer overrides any of the changes I make to the Inpainting layer. 

 

Is there a way I can have both layers be independent from one another but also have both effects show up? 

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Hi ekeen4 :)

13 hours ago, ekeen4 said:

Is there a way I can have both layers be independent from one another but also have both effects show up? 

AFAIK, the only way to do this is to mask each layer respectively, so you will need to mask the dodge/burn layer in the areas that you have inpainted, provided your layers stay in this order. With the top copy pixel layer masked in the correct places, the edits from the layer below will show through, allowing you to independently apply these adjustments.
A quick example of this:
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