Nope. Adjustment layers only apply to Photoshop layers. Why would you want to do that anyway?
I'm trying to create a beam of light coming out of a flashlight. I knew i could create the effect in Photoshop, but i wasn't sure how to create it in Indesign. I thought it would be easier this way. I'll just have to see if i can find a tutorial on how to do something similar in Indesign - maybe by using a gradient...
Well, you could do it in Photoshop save as an image in formats like, PSD, PNG, TIFF, .... (if there is transparency involved)
and just place it in your InDesign document where I understand you wish to integrate, combine or even blend with other contents.
With a little adjusting, that may work! At least well enough to pull off what i'm trying to accomplish! Thanks Federico!
Thank you too, Steve, for your reply!
Or you could export a PDF/X-4 (transparency included) of your InDesign page, open that PDF as smart object in PhotoShop, do what you like with your adjustment layer there, save the psd file as PDF/X-4 out of PhotoShop and place it on your InDesign page. I did not test that, but it should work as well. Do not place the PSD file, because that would be rendered at output time to the resolution you set in PhotoShop.
Thank you, I’ll try this approach as well!