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Using Snapshot in Photoshop’s History Panel

Using the “snapshot” feature of Photoshop’s History Panel can save you time as you work your pages, because it literally takes a snapshot of your PSD file – layers included) so that as you are playing, you can go back to that snapshot if turn turns out your play created a mess. For example, if you take a snapshot of your page before you start to add your brushwork, and then realize you stamped all your brushwork on the wrong layer, you can go back and This feature, unfortunately, is not available in Photoshop Elements. Although I originally recorded this tutorial for designers, if you use the full version of Photoshop, you’ll find this video helpful.

 

1 comment

  1. Tammy McChesney

    I never knew you could do this…thanks for the info!!!

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