Did you know placing a blank, white layer atop a .PSD can cut the file size in half?



Photoshop can be an incredible tool at times, making or breaking an image with the plethora of features it offers. However, even as widely used as it is, there’s still much unknown to its userbase.

One such example is that by placing a blank, white layer on top of a .PSD file, you can dramatically reduce its file size. Creative Market recently shared a blog post in regards to this strange phenomenon. In it, they demonstrate how a white layer atop even a simple, layered PSD file can reduce the file size by almost…

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