In this fifth episode of my Photo Restoration Quick Course, I want to supplement the episode 4 Quick Course. In addition to using the Grid function, you can add in the Guides function. These are also non-destructive and do not show up in print or online.
You can drag them out of the Rulers as shown in the video and mark where you left off if you need to stop working on a photo. That will save time wasted trying to figure out in which part of the photo you were working.
Just like the Grid, it's located in the menu under "View." Click the video above to learn and try it out for yourself.
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