It is common that when editing a photograph, some basic steps are followed to improve its light, focus and colour. In the long run, these tasks can be very repetitive because you might find yourself redoing the same adjustments over and over again in each of the images you want to edit.
Photoshop Actions add ons allow the recording of successive tasks. You can therefore save tasks and make them accessible, reproducing them with the click of a button rather than having to repeat them.
Photoshop actions are especially useful if, for instance, you have taken a large number of photographs in the same space, and they all require editing. Here are some actions that in our opinion, you should consider having:
Watercolour: It creates works of art from photographs or compositions, the action separates everything into layers giving you the ease of adjusting the layers to your liking.
3D dispersion: This is a dynamic, three-dimensional effect with flying particles that can bring your images to life in a Snap. It’s fast, simple and an amazingly effective action.
Double exposure: This is a great tool for photographers and designers. it creates a wonderful double exposure effect in a few seconds. After the action finishes the job, you can add a fixed colour tone or colour gradient.
25 effects in HDR: This action is beneficial; it has 25 different effects fully adjustable to your liking. It is a non-destructive action that works on almost all sizes of photos.