Retouching a portrait often involves experimentation.…So, if I get to a state where I like the way the image looks and I want to be able…to get back to that state quickly, I'll make a…snapshot of the image at that point in my retouching workflow.…Here, for example, I've cropped the image and I really like…this crop, but I may want to experiment with some other crops.…And of course I'm going some other adjustments on top of this crop.…If I want to get back to just this crop state,…then I need a snapshot.…To make a snapshot, I'll go over to the…Snapshots panel and I'll click the plus symbol there.…
In this window, I can accept the default snapshot name by date…and time, or I can name the snapshot with something more meaningful.…I like to use sequential numbers for my snapshots, so I call this snapshot 1…And then I'll give it a meaningful name like crop, and then I'll click Create.…And you can see that snapshot here in the…Snapshots panel.…Now, let's say that I go on and add some other adjustments.…Maybe I'll move the exposure slider, the contrast slider, the highlights slider.…
- Adding a tone curve
- Reducing lines and wrinkles
- Minimizing under-eye circles
- Whitening teeth
- Softening skin
- Enhancing hair
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Making Overall Adjustments
2. Retouching Skin
3. Improving Details
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