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Unfortunately I don't think this is possible. The only way you could accomplish this is by merging the layers together and then making your selection and moving it. You can move multiple layers entirely together, but not sections of them, much like you can't paint, erase, or do any other action on multiple layers at the same time. What you can do though, ...


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Duplicate your layer (Cmd/Ctrl+J). Create new layer beneath the duplicated one and fill it with white.Select both of them and merge (Cmd/Ctrl+E) (Now you should have one transparent layer and one black and white.) Then with black and white layer selected go to Filter > Pixelate > Mosaic and create the grid you want. When you accept changes, use levels ...


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In Photoshop Choose Rounded Rectangle Tool with your desired radius and hold shift to make a perfect rounded square. Open 3D Tools palette (Window - 3D). And create a new 3D object from the rounded rectangular shape by clicking create. Then apply the 3D settings in the Repousse window, rotate your created shape using Rotate The Mesh tool to change the ...


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If you're planning on using the animation solely on the web, it might be better to go with a format that's more web-friendly than video, such as Javascript or CSS animations, or animated svg. Upside is that these are usually lighter in weight, and thus faster to load, downside is that these can't always achieve the 'coolness' of video effects. 1. ...



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