Saving variations within a single file with Snapshots


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Saving variations within a single file with Snapshots

So if you've been following along and watching some of the other videos in this course, you've probably heard me say multiple times now that one of the reasons why I love Camera Raw is that it's nondestructive. This next feature is called snapshots and it really just brings home how powerful this concept is of nondestructive workflows. It lets you create different versions of a file and keep all those versions within a single file instead of having to copy these larger Raw files or JPEG files all over your hard drive. Here's the image here and I'm going to go ahead and open up the Snapshots file, Command+R, Ctrl+R to open up this JPEG in Camera Raw.

Now this is an interesting shot. It's kind of nice but I can't decide, do I want this to be a horizontal crop or a vertical crop. It was shot vertically but it actually might be a stronger composition if we make it a horizontal crop. Either way I want to be able to have the flexibility of experiment and play with bo...

Saving variations within a single file with Snapshots
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Saving variations within a single file with Snapshots provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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