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If you're not sure what you're doing to an image, or you really want to experiment, I recommend that you duplicate the image first. This is an easy way to create a safe copy. Now, you always have the ability to revert the photo, but duplicating the image gives you a safety net, and allows you to go ahead, and experiment. To duplicate, just press Command+D, and you can make as many copies as you want. This now gives you the flexibility to tweak the image, making completely different looks.
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