Remember how I showed you the power of snapshots in Adobe Lightroom Classic? Well, sometimes you need to produce multiple versions of the same image, whether it’s to have two different styles to your photos, use in third-party plugins or otherwise.
To do this, simply right-click on an image in your Lightroom catalog, and click “Create Virtual Copy” (or go to the Photo menu > Create Virtual Copy). This will create a “copy” of the master image. You can put these into stacks for better organization, or keep them separate. While it’s technically the same file, it’s treated like a separate image, meaning you can save versions of your photos to your heart’s content!
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