The 135 Photoshop actions in this bundle were carefully crafted to make the lives of photographers easier – one-click, done! Make your Photoshop post-processing workflow a breeze and get a head start with our easy-to-use one-click Photoshop actions. Found here: Contrastly Photoshop Actions Bundle
Each Photoshop action in this set creates a group that contain all the adjustment layers and effects and is non-destructive so you retain 100% of your original image. This set contains a “play all” action that runs through each action so you can then easily compare the effect with your original image.
Shooting landscapes is often considered an art. Editing landscape images can be quite time-consuming and tedious. From clarity and saturation adjustments to tonal and highlights/shadows recovery, this set of action should come in very handy when post-processing your landscape photos.
From contrast and saturation adjustments to more faded and subtle tone and vignetting effects, this set of actions is sure to please.
Creating a High Dynamic Range image usually requires merging multiple images shot at different exposures, but this set of 18 Photoshop actions can achieve similar results without merging bracketed photos.
Take your normal images into stunning HDR photos, retrieve highlights and shadows and make your images pop – all in a single click!
Give your photos a beautiful and stylish matte & faded finish with this set of 17 Photoshop actions. The actions in this set will allow you to create a great variety of subdued and faded effects, all while adjusting the tone, hue and saturation of images – which can then be further adjusted via the layers panel.
If you’ve ever shot with old instant film cameras or a proper Diana or Holga camera, those effects will certainly bring back fond memories. Emphasize your subjects or even give your photos a cross-processed look with the included lomographist actions.
Vintage cameras and lenses often show signs of light that leaks from the edges of images or flaring coming from the lens. Now you can replicate those effects with this set of 12 Light Leak and 4 Lens Flare Photoshop actions.
Whether you’re looking to add a bit of vintage charm to your images or you’re looking to replicate this sought-after look, this set of actions is sure to please. From subtle light leaks to stronger and more dramatic effects, this is the set to get.
Whether you shoot in color or in black & white already, you can use this set of 15 Photoshop actions to transform your images into stunning monochrome photos. Speed up your B&W photo editing workflow with those one-click Photoshop actions. From contrast and saturation adjustments to grain and vignetting, this set of actions is certain to save you time.
When editing portraits even the most subtle adjustments can make a world of difference. This set of 10 Photoshop actions will help kick-start your editing workflow and give you a great starting point to achieve amazing-looking portrait photos.
Those actions were carefully designed to retain as much of the vibe of the original photograph as possible. Some of the actions in the set are quite subtle while others will create a bit more of a dramatic effect.
Giving your images that coveted vintage film look is only a click away. This pack of 10 Photoshop actions is just the thing you need to turn your images into retro works of art.
The actions included in this pack were inspired by vintage film like Fujifilm, Agfa, Rollei, Kodak and many others, complete with simulated film grain and vintage tones.
Simulating the look of cinematic effects popularized by movies and television series doesn’t have to be difficult. This set of 18 Photoshop actions will help you do just that.
From tonal to saturation and contrast adjustments, the actions in this pack will take your photos to a whole new level by giving them an intense, desaturated and dramatic look.
All actions are compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS4 and newer, and they work great with RAW as well as JPG photos (we highly recommend shooting in RAW).
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