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Working with Snapshots in Lightroom Classic

Creating a Snapshot in Lightroom Classic “captures” all of the settings applied to an image and saves them as a single entry in the Snapshot panel. We then have the freedom to experiment, taking images in another direction with the security of knowing that we can quickly return to the Snapshot “state” with a single click. I prefer using Snapshots in the following scenarios:

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When to Use Virtual Copies and Snapshots in Lightroom

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Finding Virtual Copies that Have Not Been Adjusted in Lightroom

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Applying Virtual Copy Settings to the Master File

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Creating A Smart Collection Based on Virtual Copies in Lightroom 5

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Naming Virtual Copies in Lightroom

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Previewing Snapshots as the Before State in Lightroom’s Develop Module

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Working with History in Lightroom’s Develop Module

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LR3 – Where are Settings Saved for Virtual Copies?

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Video Tutorial – Virtual Copies and Snapshots

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LR3 – Working with Virtual Copies

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Video Tutorial – When to Use Virtual Copies and Snapshots in LR3

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