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>>3) Does anyone commonly  use adjustment layers, and is it better
>>than history palette snapshot?  Does it replace levels and
>>curves?  I  have been practicing with some very basic editing with
>>levels and unsharp mask and wondered if it was a useful tool in
>>certain cases.  I am afraid of data loss since I don't fully
>>understand multiple corrections yet.   I think I am in 8 bit mode (
>>I scanned in 256-8bit to Photoshop).
>
>adjustment layers are great! I would use them whenever possible. That
>way your original image is intact. They may take up less space than a
>History snapshot, but I have never used that technique, so i don't
>know...

But don't the history snapshots get lost when you close whatever
you're working on? I think they do. With adjustment layers you can
close your document and come back to it whenever and they'll still be
there.

Kapi
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