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Adobe® Carousel: An Introduction by Rob Sylvan

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Instruction-based Editing

When you work with a photo in Carousel’s Develop mode, what you are really doing is creating a set of instructions that Carousel will apply to the photo you see onscreen and any copies you export out of the app. That set of instructions is stored in a database in the Carousel cloud and references the original unedited photo. This is how Carousel can be non-destructive even when you crop away half the pixels in a photo and then convert it to black and white. In that instance, you are simply creating a set of instructions that says, “OK, when a copy is created, make a copy of the original photo and crop away these pixels, and then convert it to black and white.”

That set of instructions can be rewritten, modified, or completely ...

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