Using Snapshot and History


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Using Snapshot and History

Another helpful way to get the most out of the Develop module is by using the Snapshots and History panels, which are located on the left. On the left over here, I've opened up these panels so that we can see as we make some progress with how to work with these. Now I'm going to jump ahead a little bit, and I'm going to do that in order to illustrate how we can work with History and Snapshots. So, for example, one of the things that I'm going to do is I'm going to grab my Crop tool by clicking on this icon here, and then I'm going to click on one of these corner points to crop the image.

Again, we'll talk more about cropping later, but for now I'll press Enter or Return. And let's say that what I want to do is evaluate this particular crop. What I could do is take a snapshot of this particular stage of the processing. In other words, I can take kind of a quick picture of this, and I can do this by way of shortcut. It's Command+N on a Mac, Ctrl+N on a P...

Using Snapshot and History
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Using Snapshot and History provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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Lightroom
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