Backing off edits


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Backing off edits

I've saved my changes as Better saturation.jpg. Now at this point, let's say you think you might have gone too far with your modifications, and you'd like to be able to see the original version of the image, so you can do that before-and-after comparison. Well I can't revert, because I just got done saving this image. So the saved version is the same as what I'm seeing on screen. If I go to the History panel and scroll down, you'll see that it's one application of the Sponge tool after another followed by two applications of the Burn tool, I've completely lost all my Dodge tool states.

Not to mention the flipped original version of this image, had I not taken the time to go ahead and create this flipped original snapshot right there, and I'll move this up a little more, so we can see the entire panel, which means that I can click on it to go back to my original flipped version of the image. So this is what it looked like when we more or less started ...

Backing off edits
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Backing off edits provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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