In the 13th video, Alec goes over the Snapshots feature. This is very useful for photographers who want to show a client multiple options for a photo they’ve edited. Snapshots is where you can ‘save’ all of the edits that you’ve made with the Develop Brush. You can add elements, such as vibrance and contrast, and save that as a new snapshot. You could remove all the elements, start fresh with an unedited photo, create new edits, and save that as another snapshot. You can create as many snapshots as you like. Want to see more? You can check out more of our videos from season two or go back to season one on our YouTube channel!
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