Using the History Panel and Snapshots in Photoshop

November 30, 2016

I don’t know about you, but I am extremely thankful for the undo feature in Photoshop. While this has saved me plenty of times, there are limitations to the step backwards and undo features that prevent you from going back too far. So what do you do if you are working on a design and you need to go back further? Or if you simply want to save your project at different points throughout the design process? This is where the History Panel and Snapshots come in handy! Never used these features before? No problem. In this tutorial I will show you how to save yourself some major headaches by getting familiar with an extremely useful and underutilized tool in Adobe Photoshop.

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