There are a few different ways to move a layer in Photoshop. The first way is to click on the layer you want to move in the Layers panel and then click and drag it to the new position. You can also use the Move tool (shortcut: V) to click on the layer and then click and drag it to the new position.
If you want to move a layer but keep it in the same place relative to the other layers, you can hold down the Alt key (Windows) or Option key (Mac) while clicking and dragging the layer. This will keep the layer in place while you move the other layers around it.
You can also use the arrow keys on your keyboard to nudge a layer up, down, left, or right. To do this, make sure that your cursor is over the image area and then press one of the arrow keys.
Each time you press an arrow key, the layer will move one pixel in that direction. You can also hold down Shift while pressing an arrow key to move the layer 10 pixels at a time.
Finally, you can use the Align and Distribute commands in the Layer menu to quickly align or distribute multiple layers. For example, if you have two layers side by side and you want themcentered, you would select both layers and then choose Align Layers to Center from the Layer menu. Or, if you have three layers arranged vertically and you want them spaced evenly, you would select all three layers and choose Distribute Layers Vertical Centers fromthe Layer menu.
To sum up, there are several ways to move a layer in Photoshop. You can click and drag it, use the Move tool, or nudge it with your arrow keys. You can also use the Align and Distribute commands in the Layer menu.