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50 Photoshop Postwork Actions by manicho 50 Photoshop Postwork Actions by manicho
Introducing a new pack of actions for Color Postwork :strip:

A massive pack of FIFTY actions packed for Photoshop CS/CS2/CS3/CS4.

This massive update fixes some minor artifacts on the latest version and includes several new actions with awesome color/tone/contrast processing.

Professional results!

Check out some samples here: [link]


To install: Download the file, and load it from the actions pallete in Photoshop. Done! Just click "play" on any of the 50 actions.

Terms of use: None. Feel free to be wild and use them, you don't need to credit me :aww: However, if you use this, at least drop me a comment or a favourite to help me spread these free actions around DA :)


I hope you like these! :wave:

Preview stock from [link]

Donationware note:
I know there is a lot of people out there that would like to give me a small hand on this, and support my art in another way.
You can donate as low as $5, or as much as you want. Everything depends of you and how much you want me to love you ^__^
Volunteer donations via Credit Card / Paypal can be made clicking here [link]
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For me this is just brilliant. I always wanted to know how to achieve those vintage effects. I use this resource since `manicho released it and learnt a lot from the pre-made actions including how to make my own actions.
I gave the Technique only 4.5 stars because there´s sometimes an alert message that tolds that Photoshop isn´t able to find the Background layer but I think it´s only I´m using a german version.
Impact and Vision is five star rated because it has a great impact for me and hope it was `manichos vision to help beginners on the right path to becoming successful Photoshoppers :D
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There's a lot to be said for this. Not only are there a variety of actions for a potential to use here, but each one creates a fun, new, or overall helpful effect if used. The preview image is also very well thought out, giving both a visual sampling of the effects and a list of general classifications of the effects. It's very clear that you put forth a great deal of thought and effort. This is a very useful deviation to both new and veteran photo-manipulators alike. You're being both generous and informative with this deviation. Keep up all the good work.
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HollieBeth2 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
Thank you will be trying it out on CC 14 and CS6 will let you know when I try it.  THANK YOU!
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areddesign Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
and thanx for the share
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areddesign Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
whoa dude u rock
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jyg1982 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks bunches! I wish there were better tutorials at creating my own actions!
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Shedboy68 Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much..Your wonderful stock was used here :heart: shedboy68.deviantart.com/art/F…
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orgato Featured By Owner May 22, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
These seem pretty good, but I really wish they were non-destructive. There's no way to quickly preview each action and compare them against one another, nor is there to make tweaks after it is done, save for removing the merging steps within the action.
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MissCathlynn Featured By Owner May 19, 2014  New member Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing resource!
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serge28500 Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  New member Hobbyist Photographer
Hello
Don't know if,my previous comment was handled (as i was not signed in)

I download the "50 Actions for Photoshop" package and installed it

Unfortunately, my versions of Photoshop are french (CS6 & CC)

Usually, I can "translate" the required steps (mainly change the name of the layers  to be consistent with the french (i.e  "Background" becomes "Arričre-plan", "Curves" becomes "Courbes" ....)

But in most of the script developped in this package, I come across a step that says :

      

            Hide layer "Brightness/Contrast 1" over layer "Layers 1" over layer "Curves 1"

or

             Display layer "Brightness/Contrast 1" over layer "Layers 1" over layer "Curves 1"

I don't see what this operation does and cannot "mimic" it manually

Can someone explain what this does, how it can be preformed, what "basic" operations are done .....     Ant help would be welcome !!!

Thanks     Have a good day

 
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manicho Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Hey... So, are you trying to manually follow all these steps? I'm not sure what specific action you are using, but sounds to me like the step you are describing is just 'activating' or 'deactivating' the little eye icon next to a layer. Not sure, actually.

If you can take a screenshot a post a link here or something, that'd give me a better idea of how to help you.
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JardelXavier Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  New member
Thanks! ;-)
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