Work with archival images Photoshop CS6


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Working with archival images

In this movie I will show you how to work with archival images, that is photographs that you've modified using Camera Raw 6 or earlier. And I have two such images here, Lighthouse-1 and Lighthouse-2. I will select them both in Bridge and press Ctrl+R or Cmd+R on a Mac in order to open them in Camera Raw. Now I want to preserve my previous modifications just in case I want to come back to them. And you can do that by creating snapshots. So I will press Ctrl+A or Cmd+A on the Mac to select both images. And then I will switch to the final panel here by clicking on the snapshots icon.

And I will dropdown to the little Page icon and click on it, and I'll call these settings ACR6 edits because after all I modified the images in Adobe Camera Raw 6 which shipped along with Photoshop CS5. And then I will click OK in order to that snapshot. Now notice even though the snapshot appears here inside the Snapshots panel where this image is concerned, if I press the Down Arrow key in...

Working with archival images
Video duration: 7m 54s 11h 9m Advanced

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Working with archival images provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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