Is there any way for photoshop to log what is done to an image?

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Rowan Crowe, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. Rowan Crowe

    Rowan Crowe Guest

    I know that I can create an action that will duplicate (almost)
    everything that is done to an image, but I'm interested to know
    whether there is any other way to record changes to an original
    image... besides writing down everything manually.
     
    Rowan Crowe, Sep 19, 2004
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  2. Rowan Crowe

    Rob Guest

    Whats the difference you would just have heaps of actions identified by
    the file name. You can still read through an action and see what you
    have done.

    You may also ask on either of these NG's

    comp.graphics.apps.photoshop and/or alt.graphics.photoshop

    also there is an Adobe forum that you can subscribe.


    rm
     
    Rob, Sep 19, 2004
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  3. Rowan Crowe

    Miro Guest

    I for one use a pencil.
     
    Miro, Sep 19, 2004
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  4. Rowan Crowe

    Rowan Crowe Guest

    I guess what I'm asking for is more like a history based save. While
    I'm experimenting there's a lot of wandering back and forth over the
    history list. An action would produce the same end result, but with
    exactly the same pattern of redundant tries - plus I need to remember
    to start recording before I commence any work on the image.

    Is there any way to save the history so that it can be replayed
    exactly?
     
    Rowan Crowe, Sep 20, 2004
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  5. I don't think so. There's still quite a few things that you can't even
    put into an action...

    Robert
     
    Robert McArthur, Sep 20, 2004
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  6. Useful tool to possess if you're constipated.....

    DS
     
    David Springthorpe, Sep 20, 2004
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  7. Rowan Crowe

    Miro Guest

    I worked for several space missions and in the development of the SR and
    X, -series of american planes, Apollo, Saturn and other NASA Rockets as well
    as most of the bridges you drive on, but of course you only know of one use
    for it.
     
    Miro, Sep 20, 2004
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  8. Rowan Crowe

    Miro Guest

    Correction

    IT worked for several space missions and in the development of the SR and
    X, -series of american planes, Apollo, Saturn and other NASA Rockets as well
    as most of the bridges you drive on, but of course you only know of one use
    for it.
     
    Miro, Sep 20, 2004
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  9. Rowan Crowe

    John Ewing Guest

    I for one read the qualifier "... besides writing down everything manually"
    so was not tempted to make such an irrelevant comment.

    John
     
    John Ewing, Sep 20, 2004
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  10. Rowan Crowe

    Miro Guest

    The qualifier was irrelevant.
     
    Miro, Sep 20, 2004
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  11. Rowan Crowe

    Henrik Tived Guest

    Damn, Miro, I didn't think you we that old :)

    have a great day :)

    Henrik

    it is raining here!
     
    Henrik Tived, Sep 21, 2004
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  12. Rowan Crowe

    Miro Guest

    Most of the technology (if not all of it) used daily is more than 10 years
    old. We assume wrongly that new stuff is NEW ..... it isnt.
     
    Miro, Sep 21, 2004
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  13. Rowan Crowe

    Edge Guest


    really funny thing abuot that is that it sounded just like other posts
    Miro had made about his illustrius career through time :D
     
    Edge, Sep 21, 2004
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