Stunning Photoshop Actions for Photographers. Every time you run the action you will get a highly detailed result, a lot of possibilities to easy customize and improve. This action is specially made for photographers, graphic designer & artists. All these Actions comes with matchless and unique color combination, bringing the best result to your photograph. Use them in your everyday photography and save your valuable time.
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Speed up your workflow with a whole universe of the cinematic photo overlays! Turn every photo into a masterpiece with over magic overlays. You can use these overlays, again and again, to create stunning designs for yourself and for your clients.
Double Exposure Action – This double exposure action is a photoshop action which uses uses 2 photographs and blends them in to create a very nice double exposure effect.
Cinnamon features 6 creative fantasy toning actions for Adobe Photoshop. Wild, mysterious and enigmatic, Cinnamon actions can be used to process your portrait, fashion, editorial or fine-art imagery.
Amazing Photoshop ACTION Pro creating soft focus and light effects on your photos in one click. Very simple to use – only brush the area and click play. Easy to change color, contrast and gradient of lighting.
How does the Liquify 2 Photoshop Action work? You simply brush over your photos the area where you want to create liquid and play the Action.
Impressive artistic action transform your photos into poster-style artwork with a lot of elements and options to customise and improve. Highly detailed result, a lot of possibilities. One click action. Video tutorial included.
Camera obscura (Latin for “dark room”) is the natural optical phenomenon that occurs when an image of a scene at the other side of a screen (or for instance a wall) is projected through a small hole in that screen as an inverted image (left to right and upside down) on a surface opposite to the opening.
How does the Legendary Photoshop Action work? You simply fill in your subject with a color and play the Action! During the Action playback, you then have the flexibility of creating the shape and positioning of your light source.