Wander On Photoshop Actions By: Lexi Smith
I’ve been using my camera more than usual this month, because I’m taking a photography class for extra credits at school. With graduation approaching in June, and senioritis is setting in fast, I wanted something easy and fun to cap off my year.
Photography is my money maker, so the exciting part about this class was that I got to do photography for fun, instead of being pressured to make something out of it.
My professor recently gave us an assignment to go out and experiment with ISO and Exposure. These are things I already knew like the back of my hand… or so I thought.
I learned quickly that just because I’ve been doing photography for years doesn’t mean I can’t refresh my skills. These assignments gave me the chance to explore, and play, and take photos of things happening around me just because they were interesting.
When my shoots were over, I spent hours editing the photos to look exactly the way I want. This inspired me to create photoshop actions!
I created these for you so that you can get back to shooting and experimenting.. and less time editing.
If you don’t know how to use photoshop actions use the simple step by step guide below!
1. Select the layer you want to apply the action to.
2. Select the action you want to use from the actions panel.
3. Hit the play button at the bottom of the panel.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hi, im Lexi! I am the owner, designer & creative director for State of Mind Studio. The outdoors is where I feel alive. It’s where inspiration strikes, it’s where the most exhilarating moments happen. Follow me on my adventures by clicking the links below!