Asked by eeman tariq — 7 Nov 2011
4,597 Views, Asked 2 years, 1 month ago
Vin Weathermon said:
How do you resuscitate a long dead person? Same situation.
Hopefully you have all your originals and can always do the process from scratch when you need to.
2 years ago
Suly Riva said:
1 year, 10 months ago
Shoot Raw if possible - all raw edits are non destructive.
If you are shooting Jpeg -only work on a copy of the original (which is burned to a disc)
1 year, 5 months ago
Bailey Cooper said:
Lightroom edits but allows you to reset at any point. Once edited in Lightroom, you export that version which is an edited duplicate. The original stays in Lightroom with the option to reset or step back. Generally, edits 'saved' are permanent changes.
1 year, 2 months ago
Regenia Brabham said:
Picassa is the only software program I know of that will let you go back to the original file. It is best to make a copy of the original and edit the copy.
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