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How to undo an effect applied on picture?

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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 I tried inverting black and white, it didn't work!! Any expert here to help😉

If you know any app/software that can do that. Thank you 

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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If the file is still open in Photoshop, you can go Edit>Undo and/or Edit>Step Backward until it's undone.

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Unfortunately, I closed PS and saved over the original by mistake!!

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Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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If you have only one layer and file is saved over original then you do not have data from previous state or original. The only hope is if destination source is supporting version history like when you save in CC cloud as shown on screenshot below. If thats the case then go to File > Version History.

version history ps.jpg

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Jan 12, 2023 Jan 12, 2023

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Where did the original come from?

Is it still on a camera memory card?

Is it on a backup drive? 

Was it one of a series images taken at the same time, and if yes, could you use one of those, or composite parts of one of those?

Is there a hard copy you couls scan?

 

The bottom line here is that is a radical effect and most of the original has been removed for ever.

Heey, I don't suppose the layer is a Smart Object?  Double click if it is, and you are probably home dry.

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