One of my favorite time saving tools when using Photoshop is Photoshop actions. I have used these for batch photo and file delivery to clients in a professional setting, and batch editing when putting together photos for family. Whenever you need to apply (the same) multiple settings to many files or photos at once, you create an action, then just run it for all of the others and you’re done in no time 🙂 It’s basically the closest thing to magic I’ve seen Photoshop do. In this week’s tutorial, we take 3 photos (this one, this one, and this one) and create a unique action for them that sets all of their widths to 1000px and also applies a sepia tone effect to the photos. We apply everything we need to one photo, then hit a single button to apply the same exact multiple steps to the others. It’s cool. You should definitely check out the video below to see!
Save Time: Create Photoshop Actions
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