Creating Virtual Copies consists of duplicating the current settings of a photo in process and then trying out variants of the corrections.
They are useful for stacking complex corrections (e.g During Repair to easily return to the previous state).
– Right Click – Create a Virtual Copy (Ctrl+ J/ Cmd+ D)
* The original image becomes the “Master” image and is identified by an “M” icon in the Image Explorer.
Virtual copies are identified by a number (1), (2), … after the file name
* A created virtual copy becomes active and is always the last place and becomes active
* Deleting the main image causes all virtual copies to be deleted
A member of the Tutodxo.com team, Mark Silverstein, has made a collection of presets that allow for the preview of the effects.
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