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how do I restore image back to its original state?

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Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021

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Screen Shot 2021-10-26 at 1.04.28 AM.pngI just began using photo shop. I accidentally delete a part of the background and im trying to restore it. I tried using the history brush but that doesn't work because I saved before. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Oct 26, 2021 Oct 26, 2021
Open your History panel. It's under the Window menu. Here you can go back to previous states, limited to the number of history states you have specified in Preferences. Note that you may not want to set this too high, as it eats disk space. To go all the way back, you can also use File > Revert. This goes back to the last saved version. If you already saved and closed, it's too late. The history brush reverts to the state you have marked in the History panel. If you haven't marked a state,...

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Open your History panel. It's under the Window menu.

 

Here you can go back to previous states, limited to the number of history states you have specified in Preferences. Note that you may not want to set this too high, as it eats disk space. To go all the way back, you can also use File > Revert. This goes back to the last saved version.

 

If you already saved and closed, it's too late.

 

The history brush reverts to the state you have marked in the History panel. If you haven't marked a state, it won't work.

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I agree with D Fosse, if you have not closed the file you can open history and click on the top layer and it will revert back to original.

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From your screen shot, it looks like you just need to turn on the layer Background Copy 4  

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Trevor.Dennis is also correct. If the bottom layer that is turned off is the original, just click it back on. Both of thes answers are good advice, I hope that they helped you.

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