We have updated our Photoshop Actions Package with a total of 11 fresh Photoshop actions. The great news is that they are free of you already own our Photoshop Actions for Photographers Package.
Step-by-step instructions on how to color grade your images in Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw, including an intro to color grading in general.
Learn how to blending multiple exposures into a single image in Photoshop. Digital blending is a popular technique used by many landscape photographers.
Use a Photoshop action to speed up resizing and sharpening your images for web. Avoid getting soft looking images when you use them online.
Find out how to resize your images in Photoshop CC. Get the quick instructions plus how to combine it with the best image format for exporting.
How can we add contrast to an image without damaging it in Photoshop? In this article, we break down contrast into 5 different layers and masks. The process won’t take long when you practice it a couple of times.
Learn how to use Photoshop’s batch processing feature combined with Photoshop actions to optimize your workflow.
Learn how to create your own luminosity masks in Photoshop and how to get started using them on your own photos. Easy guide for taking on luminosity masks.
How to choose between using Photoshop actions vs. Lightroom presets to create an effective workflow. Learn about the pros and cons and find out what to use.
How to Fix Photoshop Actions Stopping at Every Step? Or how to turn popup dialogs on/off for Photoshop Actions to get more control.
Find out why your Photoshop actions are not working with this extensive list of common issues you may experience when running Photoshop actions.
Learn how to watermark your image, both with and without using Photoshop Actions. PS actions can seriously speed up watermarking your images.
Learn how to use photoshop actions with our ultimate guide to photoshop actions. Learn to master PS actions and create amazing effects with a single click.
Learn the different techniques for creating vignettes in Photoshop. All the ways of getting the job done when post-proccessin using Photoshop.
If you’re into photography and furthermore, you like doing a bit of post-processing on your images – having to make Photoshop selections is an inevitable part of the process. Although not the most exciting part of editing images, making selections using the right tools might speed up your workflow and save you a lot of time!
As Photographers, we will often have thousands of photos in our folders. Collecting all these images is the new normal in this era of digital photography and practically unlimited storage capacity. However, the problem begins when we need to start doing post-production work on these images. Learning how to automate post-processing in Photoshop is crucial for speed and sanity.
This easy-to-follow tutorial will teach you how to make colors pop in Photoshop for stunning and realistic portraits every time. Simple techniques in photo editing using the right tools can transform a portrait from being dull to very dramatic.
Dodging and Burning is a technique used for adding contrast selectively as opposed to using a slider. In this post we dig into 4 advanced ways to do this using Photoshop.
Download a FREE e-book: 25 Techniques All Photographers Should Master Sharpening is one of the hardest post-processing steps to understand for many photographers. There are several pitfalls and obstacles to overcome in order to take your sharpening skills to a professional level. When should you sharpen, to get the best … Read more