Photoshop actions make the life of photographers a bit easier. However, if you have never used actions in Photoshop, you might be a little confused about how to use them to make your post-processing workflow both faster and get better-looking images as a result. Find out how to use Photoshop actions to make your post-processing workflow easier.
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!
In this article, we will dig into the which advanced photo editor, you should choose: Photoshop vs Affinity Photo. It is not a direct head to head comparing of the two applications though. We will look more on what you would miss if you were to switch from Photoshop to Affinity Photo. I think this is where most photographers are. Can we manage with having “just” Affinity Photo, and not Photoshop?
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.