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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Rena,

    1. Go to the History panel (the icon looks like a clock) toward the bottom of the right-hand column. You can then step back to any point in the history.

    2. There are a few options - use AI Structure and move the slider to the left, or Details Enhancer, and move the slider to the left. You can then use the masking tools to remove the effect from your subject.

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    Rena Mornson

    Thank you Angela... I have another question. Is there a way to edit 2 subjects in portrait. Currently if I edit someone, it edits the other person the same way. And I want to edit each individual differently.

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    Collene G

    Rena - you need to use the masking tools on the filters to achieve this and possibly add adjustment layers

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    LARRY FITZPATRICK

    Also, Ctrl-Z works if your want to go back immediately

     

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Rena,

    Collene is correct - the best way to use the portrait tools in an image with multiple people is to create an adjustment layer for each one and use the masking tools so that each layer only affects one person.

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