PHOTOSHOP TIP: How to record EVERYTHING in Photoshop

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: December 12, 2013

Category: General

Hi Everyone

Ok so it’s Thursday which means a new episode of my weekly Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom Podcast / Show is now Online!!!

Last week at one of the talks I gave I mentioned about how Photoshop can produce a written record of everything, and I mean everything, that you do to an image; kind of like Photoshop being your very own P.A.

This is particularly handy for those times when you’re ‘playing’ and trying out all kinds of techniques, filters, plug ins and then eventually finish your image. How then do you go back and repeat those steps on another image? History certainly wouldn’t be able to do this and even if it could there would be far too many steps to store which in turn eats up memory.With this tip / technique you end up with a written account with as much or as little detail as you want that you can then save for future reference:

As always if you have any questions / comments then feel free to use the comments section below or drop me an email to glyn@www.glyndewis.com.

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Enjoy,
Glyn

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  1. Shan

    Hi mate! Love your tutorials! I got a question about pocket wizard question that I hope you could help me with. I know you travel between Europe and USA, and the frequency for the two areas are different. Do you notice any performance issues or anything? I can’t seem to find any reliable sources on the internet. Thanks!

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