One advantage of digital scrapbooking is having the ability to quickly fix mistakes and undo changes. While I often use Ctrl+Z for this, I use the history panel even more. If you aren’t familiar with the history panel, you can make it visible by choosing Window > History.
The Snapshot Button looks like a little camera and is located at the bottom of the history panel. You can create a snapshot by simply clicking on the button. It creates a temporary copy of that state of the image which is added at the top of the history panel. You can then select a snapshot and work from that version of your layout.
Items in the history panel (including snapshots) are stored as long as the image is open in Photoshop. Once the image is closed, the panel is cleared. It can be easier to try creative new things on your pages when you take advantage of the history panel and snapshot tool on your layouts
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