NSL WEEK 234- Adobe Photoshop “History Panel and History Brush”

I never looked too deep into the History Panel for Adobe Photoshop but there’s some cool functions in there, turns out =)

Check out the video above to see how to use Snapshots and the History Brush to make some great edits using a single layer.

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Adobe Photoshop Preferences

Snapshots will stay with you as long as the document is open. History States can disappear quickly. Jump into your preferences to find out how many history states you are allowed in your settings.

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History Brush Adobe Photoshop

The History Brush allows you to paint in pixels from a different Snapshot or History State. This only works on regular, pixel based, layer.

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Adobe Photoshop

By default, your source is set to the opening Snapshot.

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Adobe Photoshop

You can change your source to different Snapshots or History States.

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Adobe Photoshop Options

To bring up the History Options, just click on the fly-out menu.

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