History and Undo


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History and Undo

Photoshop includes a history feature that allows you to essentially go back in time with respect to the adjustments you apply to your images. History is a little bit limited so it's important to understand how it works so that you can get the most out of it. To start off, let's take a look at the History panel. I'll go to the Window menu and choose History, that will bring up the History panel. I'll go ahead and enlarge it a little bit and move it to the side so that we can see our image a little better. The idea of history is that everything we do in Photoshop is being recorded up to a point.

There are limitations, and by default, Photoshop only remembers the last 20 history states. You can change that in preferences. I usually set mine to around about 100. But the idea is that we can then step backwards. So, let's for example just paint right onto the image. I'll grab the Brush tool an adjust my brush size. I'm currently painting with black. ...

History and Undo
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History and Undo provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Quick Start for Photographers

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