Undoing from the History panel


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Undoing from the History panel

When you're working in Lightroom's Develop module, adjusting the appearance of your photos, you'll often want to go back a step or two, or maybe rewind all the way back to when you started editing the photo, so let me show you a couple of ways to go back in time as you're editing a photo in the Develop module. You can always use the Undo command to undo the last thing that you've done. It's here under the Edit menu, and its shortcut is the pretty much universal one, Command+Z on the Mac, or Ctrl+Z on the PC. And each time that you choose Edit > Undo or use this key command, you'll step back one more step in Lightroom's Develop module.

The good news is that that there's no limit to the number of times that you can undo, all the way back to the very first step, which is usually importing a photo into Lightroom. By the way, to redo, hold the Shift key as you press Command+Z, or Ctrl+Z. So, the Undo command is the simple way of undoing, but it's not ...

Undoing from the History panel
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Undoing from the History panel provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Lightroom 3

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