- Do you know that Photoshop Actions are for amateurs?
- How to editing pictures with Photoshop actions?
- Photoshop actions allow you to record step by step process of image editing.
Do you know that Photoshop Actions are for amateurs too? Well, fortunately, it is! You really don’t have to be an expert in using Adobe Photoshop to use actions for your images.
Basically, Photoshop actions allow you to record step by step process of image editing and replay the actions to other images. You are not just limited to creating bundles of actions yourself because you can download or purchase free or paid Photoshop actions online made by several editors, photographers, designers and other Photoshop users around the world.
As what we already know about actions, it is a great tool to save time in processing tons of images, especially if you’re doing the same editing routine over and over again.
So, again, Photoshop Actions are a series of recorded step by step editing process in which can be applied to thousands of images all over again. It’s the same function of presets; however, it can be applied in just pressing the play button to the images.
Moreover, this also allows you to easily incorporate fantastic effects and filters to your images without losing the quality of it.
How to editing pictures with Photoshop actions?
Initially, you have to create, download or purchase the best Photoshop actions that could fit in the style for the image you want to modify. There are two ways on how to install actions to Photoshop and we’ll discuss it separately.
Installing Method #1
Search and open the Photoshop folder, click on the preset folder, followed by the actions folder. Once you’re in the right folder, copy and paste the .ATN file or you can simply drag and drop the file in the folder.
Installing Method #2
The second and the simplest method of installing actions is when you open the Adobe Photoshop program, directly go to the window menu and click on the actions panel. Enter the flyout service menu and select load actions (click the action file you want to use) and then simply click load to open the action bundle.