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Photoshop Presets for Adobe Camera Raw

Photoshop Presets for Adobe Camera Raw

Wedding season is over, the holidays have come and gone, and it’s a brand new year. That can only mean one thing: I finally have time to work on Photoshop Presets and Actions again! I’m pretty excited to finally release my first pack of Presets for Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), which will contain 18 presets as well as a small kit for ...

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Summer Breeze Sneak Peek!

Summer Breeze Sneak Peek!

As many of you know, I’m way behind on the release of my latest action set. Life just seems to keep getting in the way. Mostly in good ways, but other times in bad ways — like being sick for almost 2 straight weeks. Yuck! But I’m finally coming round the bend and putting the finishing touches on my eighth (wow!) set of ...

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Light Leak Photoshop Actions on Hi-Res Files

Light Leak Photoshop Actions on Hi-Res Files

FAQMar 27 20120 Comment

I recently received an email from someone asking if my Light Leak Photoshop actions would work on hi-res files. My answer? Yes! Of course! As a professional photographer, I’m always working on hi-res images, so my actions are tailored for images that are at least 3000 pixels wide. I actually don’t recommend using the Light Leak ...

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Action Spotlight: Crema

Action Spotlight: Crema

This month’s Action Spotlight features Crema, from Chunfen‘s set of Photoshop Actions. Crema is a personal favorite of mine. Its hazy brown quality gives your photos an old and cherished look, like you just dug them up out of your grandmother’s attic. As you can see, it works very well with photos of daily life. Everything ...

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Action Spotlight: Lollys

Action Spotlight: Lollys

Reverb was the seventh set of Photoshop actions released, and with the abundance of options I have available now it got me thinking that maybe a small slideshow of before/after samples just isn’t enough these days. For that reason I’m happy to debut the first of many Action Spotlight posts. Here, I’ll be offering up extra ...

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Using Multiple Photoshop Actions

Using Multiple Photoshop Actions

Combining Photoshop actions is a great way to achieve unique effects and get extra bang for your buck. I design a lot of my Photoshop actions to work well together, and have found a few favorites that I almost always use. To use two or more Photoshop actions, simply run the first action, flatten the image and then run the second action. Easy ...

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