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Vintage green

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By EliseEnchanted   |   
Published: August 22, 2011
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Sonels-Corner's avatar
Gorgeous!  Thanks for sharing. :)
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ibjennyjennyProfessional Photographer
Thank you, this action is just lovely. [link]
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lyvierreStudent Photographer
nice. love it.
JoliCoeur01's avatar
wow this is amazing :O
But..why can't I use this on my photoshop page ? :/
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dbc35Student Photographer
amazing thank you!
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CrispykikiHobbyist General Artist
I never noticed you could make your photos look like a warmer temp. by making them green!
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its look cool! i like it!
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CreamydigitalProfessional Digital Artist
[link] thank you so much!! :)
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Miss-LunaX13Hobbyist Traditional Artist
where where these taken? the mountains are beautiful :3
adri-rivas's avatar
i like the ''befores'' best...
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1love1world1songHobbyist Photographer
this is going to sound dumb, but could someone please tell me what an action is an how you use it?
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Scotlandian-Imagery Photographer
It is a series of recorded commands (also referred to as a Macro) within Photoshop or a relevant program. The action panel has a bullet list of titled entries with nested "actions" or "commands" that alter the whole image and/or selection. In order to add an action, you have to save it somewhere you can easily locate on your computer [be sure you have unzipped the file itself] and then within Photoshop open up the action panel. Then one clicks the button on the top right of the action pane that has a small down arrow next to three horizontal lines (menu) and select "Load Actions...". You then search for the saved action file and select it. It should now appear on the list of actions within the action pane. Whatever selection you have, right click on the action and select "apply".

Often actions are consisted of many layers and you can frequently alter the layers. It is a powerful tool if you wish to create a series of commands that can be used again or applied to several images. They can be as simple or as complex as one can design. They are easy to create, but one has to recall which ones one has created oneself so one does not accidentally use another's without giving proper credit. :)Hope this sort of helps.

Just send a message if need further assistance or trouble with online tutorials.
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1love1world1songHobbyist Photographer
wow, thanks so much!!!
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Scotlandian-Imagery Photographer
Np! :) Glad if it helps. :)
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ScarletCowHobbyist General Artist
the second one must have been cold to shoot. :S
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SmidowHobbyist General Artist
Lovely! I can't wait to try this out :D I'll let you know when I do!
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waschniHobbyist Digital Artist
cool :D
acwwluver55's avatar
Wow! It really makes the pictures look much better.
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CyarinHobbyist Digital Artist
fff- stop being so talented :U
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