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Photo Filters in Photoshop.

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Thanks. I've found where actions can be applied, but not where they can be saved like you mentioned. I'll keep looking though, and when I find it, I'll post it up for all the other 6.0 users out there.

 

(edit) I FOUND IT!

 

In version 6.0 it's almost like how you described, only my ACTIONS tab was already visible along with my LAYERS palette... hidden in plain sight.

 

Apart from that, it's the exact same as Ver 5.

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::D: Glad I could help! And thanks for jumping in with that 'Action' comment! Since that filter, at 17% seems to be working for multiple minis for me (maybe my lighting?) I might as well go ahead and save it too!

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Sorry Spartan... Are we hurting your purist insides? ::P:

 

Seriously, though... I can fit a pc with photoshop into my house... Can't seem to get a fully stocked darkroom in there... :lol:

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I gotta thank you again, ThePolo, for the magenta (#FFOOFF) filter you suggested I try for removing unwelcomed green-ness caused by flourescent lighting at my FLGS. I like that "actions" palette alot. Suddenly adding a watermark layer to images has become alot easier.

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It worked beautifullly.

 

filtered2.jpg

 

Though the effect isn't quite as dramatic in this image, you kinda get the idea. I found on some instances, it helped to lower the opacity of the fill-layer after applying it to keep people from appearing too blushy.

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Color cast from mismatched light sources is easily removed with PS Auto Color Command. They did a good job with it. Playing with the uncorrected image of the Ogre Mage I adjusted the tonal range with levels to compensate for slight underexposure and hit Auto Color. The color cast was removed and the image looks better on my monitor than the ones using fake/real filters. It appears that the filters just traded one color cast for another which auto color also corrected. For web images of minis auto color is an easy solution.

 

Of course getting the white balance corrected during image creation is the best way to deal with this problem.

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