I'm working on a calendar. I have a grid of rectangle shapes that outline the days. I'm trying to make a different adjustment layer for each day applied to a background. It's basically working fine. But once I create the adjustment layer, the region it applies to is fixed -- because I used the shape as a selection. I'd like to be able to create a layer with a vector shape on it that has an adjustment associated with it that I can move around.
Here is what I'm doing now:
- Select the rectangle shape (day) I want.
- Go to paths palette and convert to selection.
- Go back to layers palette, select the background layer, create new adjustment layer, and do the adjustment.
What would be cool is if I decide I want to move that day box around, I still could.
What I would like to have is a vector defined region where an adjustment layer applies. For instance, suppose I have an image on one layer. I have an empty rectangle on another layer. I want to apply an adjustment ONLY where the vector is. This is because I want to have ANOTHER rectangle with a DIFFERENT adjustment. Suppose one rectangle enhances reds and the other greens, I would like to be able to move them around.