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PHOTOSHOP...Ever saved over your original?
Old 07-27-2003, 08:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got my latest and greatest copy of Inside Photoshop and saw something I wanted to share. Perhaps everyone already knows this trick but perhaps there are some who don't.


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To recover your original image, just go the history palette and click on the opening snapshot to make it active. Then, click the Create New Document From Current State button at the base of the palette. Upon doing so, your original image displays in a new document, ready for you to choose File > Save.

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I hope someone can benefit from this.

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Re: PHOTOSHOP...Ever saved over your original?
Old 07-28-2003, 12:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey Mike,

I'm not sure I'm following you. If you click on the opening snapshot, then there's no need to click on anything else. Just hit save and it will save it as the original. Maybe I'm missing something.

 
 
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Old 07-29-2003, 03:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hi Marc,

I just pasted what was in the Photoshop literature. Your idea sounds easier. The only consideration would be the file names but those can be changed later if need be. Thanks. I'm no PS guru and just wanted to share that idea from the Inside Photoshop magazine. I'll have to try both and see what happens but I suspect I'll get the same result with a little variation in method is all.

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Re: PHOTOSHOP...Ever saved over your original?
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Either way works. One allows you to save the original image with a new name, or save it on top of the mis-saved one. The other just works with the original and then when you save, you are saving over the original. Usually, if you want to preserve your original, you edit a copy of it and save with a new name.

The best protection is to always burn a CD of the originals, and then you'll always have the original there.

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