A Few Great Artists’ Cool Personal Photoshop Actions

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Image enhancing PS actions to Download For Your Photo Retouching Work

Photoshop actions are a really cool way to spice up stock photography as well as your personal photographs and designs.

Of course it’s always great to instill your own artistic creativity into your designs, but actions are amazing for inspiring that creativity. They present the image in a different light, making even the most boring of photos transform into works of art.

You can design your own Photoshop actions too, if you just hit the record button in your actions palette in PhotoShop. They are fantastic especially when you want to process a lot of images in a batch or put the same effect in a number of photos.

Here are just a few examples from some artists who have been willing to share their personal free Photoshop

VINTAGE ACTION BY VINDAUGA                                                               Vintage Action By Vindauga

PHOTOSHOP ACTION SET 111 BY NIGHT-FATE

Photoshop Action Set 111 By Night – Fate

VINTAGE FILM ACTION BY FALLOUT75

Vintage Film Action By Fallout 75

BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOSHOP ACTIONS BY MA’ANI STUDIOS

Black and White Photoshop Actions By Ma’Ani Studios

This last action set highlights different black and white effects. You can test them all out–some are better for particular images depending on the light and contrast.

-Val Cameron/Dreamlight

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5 Responses to “A Few Great Artists’ Cool Personal Photoshop Actions”

  1. Richard June 29, 2013 at 1:38 am #

    Thanks, Val – some of these look awesome. Do you have the download link(s)?

  2. Kurt June 29, 2013 at 2:20 am #

    Filter Forge is a good program to use in making some complicated actions as well.

  3. DarkElegance June 29, 2013 at 9:57 am #

    Are these actions downloadable or am I missing the link for them?

  4. Russ June 29, 2013 at 4:37 pm #

    Why do you show us this and not tell us where to go to get them? Did I miss something?

  5. Richard June 30, 2013 at 4:33 am #

    Sorry, Val – found the links, but the first one is broken.

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