How Do You Convert A PDF To A Layered Psd?
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How do you convert a PDF to a layered PSD?
Honestly you really don't need to do that. That's because Photoshop already supports JPG along with many other formats like PNG etc. What a PSD file is used for is to save a composition that you've created in the form of layers and their respectve properties and effects for editing later. Once you've completed your composition, you will want to export it as JPG or PNG so that it might be used at a variety of platforms. Since a JPG or a PNG is already single layered, there is absolutely no point converting it into PSD. However if you do want to convert it into PSD form, just simply open that image in Photoshop, select the "Save As" option from the File drop down menu, select PSD and press save. Then you'll have a PSD file ready.
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If you want to convert that image to TIFF file instead, you would simply go to Image > Adjustments > Convert to TIFF. In both cases we are only converting the single layer of information into a different file type. When you are finished with the conversion process, the PSD is saved as a .psd file with the extension you specified on your original image. So if what you wanted was a TIFF file, then convert the entire project to TIFF. Then go to File > Save As... to save your .psd/TIFF conversion file. A TIFF only allows you to save .TIFF file contents and not each individual layer. So you could only save the Photoshop's layers to TIFF instead. But to save your composition that way, we need to use one of the PSD tools. This is pretty much the only time you might encounter a TIFF.
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