Using the Undo History command


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Using the Undo History command

Editing photographs in Elements can involve lots of trial and error. Knowing how to undo what you've tried is one of the most important things you can know about using the program. I'm working here in snowdog.jpg, inside the 06_07 Mistake subfolder in the Chapter 06 exercise files. Let's say that I want to eliminate this black dog from the white snow and I decide I'm going to try to use the Spot Healing Brush to do that. Now I'll tell you in advance, I already know this is not going to work, but that's the point. I want to show you how to undo something that doesn't work.

So I'm going to get the Spot Healing Brush here in the Toolbox and then I'm going to Command and click on my dog's leg. I'll try to eliminate it and I can do 5, 6 clicks and I just see that it is not working. How would I fix this? Well, my first reaction might be "Gosh! I better erase it", but no, that isn't the right reaction. Because if you go and get the Er...

Using the Undo History command
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Using the Undo History command provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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