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Quick Lightroom Tips (Develop Module)

I often get asked about quick and easy tips for Lightroom and Photoshop. Here are seven fast and easy ways to work with your photos in Lightroom. Don't be afraid. Jump on in! 1. Undo Pressing Command (Mac) or Control (PC) and Z will undo, so don't be afraid to try these tips. 2. Snapshots Another safe way to experiment with your photos is to use Snapshots, located in the left panel between Presets and History. If you have a version of your photo that you want to save, you can create a snapshot that you can go back to. This is nice when editing. If you get a look you want, but want to try some other edits, all you have to do is click the + sign on the Snapshots panel.  A window will pop up asking what you want to name it (default is date and time).  Once you click create it will show up under Snapshots where you can click to go back to it. 3. Create Virtual Copy Creating a virtual copy is another way to experiment with multiple ver

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