There are two ways to copy layers in Photoshop. The first way is to use the duplicate layer command, and the second way is to use the copy and paste commands.
To use the duplicate layer command, simply click on the layer that you want to copy in the layers panel. Then, click on the “Duplicate Layer” button at the bottom of the panel.
A dialog box will appear, asking you to name the new layer. Type in a name for the new layer, and then click “OK”.
The new layer will appear above the original layer in the layers panel. You can move it up or down in the stack by clicking on it and dragging it to a new position. You can also change its opacity or blending mode from here.
To copy and paste a layer, first make sure that the layer you want to copy is selected in the layers panel. Then, press “Ctrl+J” (Windows) or “Cmd+J” (Mac) to create a new layer from the selected one. You can also right-click on the selected layer and choose “Duplicate Layer” from the menu.
The new layer will appear above the original one in the layers panel. You can rename it by double-clicking on its name in the panel.
There are two ways to copy layers in Photoshop – using the duplicate layer command, or using copy and paste commands. Duplicating a layer creates an exact copy of it, while copying and pasting copies only the pixels from one layer to another. Both methods have their own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s up to you to decide which one to use depending on your needs.