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How to speed up your Photoshop workflow?

Get in too action with PS Actions…

      If you like me, you like to spend as much time outside shooting for clients, chatting with models or hunting for that next awesome location, but at the end of the day you have to come back to your computer and edit those pictures… And we all know how much time it takes.
      So for some time I was obsessed with finding the way to speed up my workflow in Photoshop, and then I have found Photoshop actions, that changed the way I work as well as the speed of my work.
      So what is PS action you ask? It is series of per-recorded steps, and this sequence of steps can be reapplied at any time, which allows you to recreate the end result without having to go through each individual step every single time.
                                                                                                                                                  Be aware that not every action set is created equally.
      So for some time I was hunting for that perfect set of Actions that would help me to speed up my workflow, and not too long ago I stumbled upon SleekLens – portrait perfection collection,  and they have everything portrait photographer would need to edit portrait nice and easy and most important fast saving that time.

      I really like that all actions are grouped and named for easy access, no messin’ around everything is nice and tidy, and most of the actions are at 0 percent when you apply so you could dial in that perfect amount yourself.

      You need to make skin glow, frequency separation, dodge and burn, or sharpen no problem everything is just one click away. These guys made such a great job that they included some already brewed formulas for you. After editing the skin and usual stuff, you can also adjust tones, correct colors, add glows and everything is just in one click and all this stuff in one AWESOME pack.
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