Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a
Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute! In this quick
video,you’ll learn how to create an easy cinematic photo effect
using Photoshop Actions.
Cinematic Photoshop Actions
Improve your photo editing workflow with Photoshop actions. Perfect for the beginner to Adobe Photoshop, actions allow you to save time while also applying incredible effects to your photography. Explore the amazing selection of actions available to you on Envato Market.
Check out this quick video below to learn how to create a simple cinematic photo effect.
How to Create a Cinematic Photo Effect
First load the action into Photoshop. To do this, go to Window > Actions and select the Load Actions option located within the Actions panel. Select the action you just downloaded and hit Load.
For this particular effect, there is one main action named “Cinematic Action,” accompanied by follow-up actions that are used to adjust the intensity level. When you’re ready to apply the effect, select the Cinematic Action then Press Play.
Adjust the darkness, color, and depth intensities by experimenting further with the Adjustment Layers automatically created when you play this action.
Here’s the final effect:
A Bit More Detail
Want to learn more about Photoshop Actions? Check out these links below:
Photoshop ActionsGetting Started With Photoshop Actions
Photoshop ActionsHow to Build Custom Photoshop Actions For Your Photography Workflow
Photoshop Actions5 Courses to Help You Create Better Photoshop Actions
Photoshop ActionsPhotoshop in 60 Seconds: Photoshop Actions and How to Use Them
Photoshop Actions8 Photoshop Actions for Fun, Fresh, Frightful Halloween Photos
Photoshop Actions50 Super Awesome Adobe Photoshop Actions from Envato Elements
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