Morganti Photoshop Actions

by Anthony Morganti

My First Photoshop Action Bundle

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If you know how to install Photoshop Actions, skip to 6:25 in the video to see the Actions, in action.

In this, my first ever bundle of photoshop actions I’ve included two of the most popular effects today, the Dragan Effect and the Orton Effect.

The Dragan Effect

Made popular by the photographer Andrzej Dragan, this is a heavy effect that is often used on men with faces of character. By that I mean that their faces are often wrinkled and weathered. The effect, until now, couldn’t be effectively created by an Action because Dragan would dodge and burn his images to enhance the effect — Dodging and burning is specific to a given image and cannot be automated in an Action. With my Action, I’ve created a way for the effect to be created without dodging and burning.

This effect will ONLY WORK with Photoshop CC and Above – CC, CC2014 etc. It will not work properly with earlier versions of Photoshop.

 

The Orton Effect

This effect was made popular in the 1980’s by the photographer Michael Orton. He did this with slide film — having one slide of the scene in perfect focus and a second image of the scene out of focus, Orton would sandwich these two slides together in the darkroom to give his image a sort of ethereal glow. This preset is often used on wedding and lifestyle shots but is considerably more versatile then the Dragan effect often being used on landscapes and macro images as well.

This Action works great on Photoshop CS5 and above – CS5, CS6, CC, CC2014 etc.

This bundle includes both the Dragan and Orton Effects and is normally $14.95 but for a limited time, you can get this bundle for:

$9.95

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My Second Photoshop Action Bundle

If you know how to install Photoshop Actions, skip to 1:30 in the video to see the Actions, in action.

 

Now you can easily create REALISTIC falling snow and rain with this Photoshop Action Bundle This Action works great on Photoshop CS5 and above – CS5, CS6, CC, CC2014 etc. and….

 

This bundle includes both the Falling Snow and Falling Rain Effects and is normally $14.95 but for a limited time, you can get this bundle for:

 

$9.95

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One Click Weather For Adobe Photoshop Elements

Now you can easily create REALISTIC falling snow and rain with this Photoshop Elements Action Bundle These actions work great and have been tested with Elements 11, 12 and 13 and…. They work equally awesome in Photoshop CS5, CS6, CC and CC2014

***Watch the video to learn how to install the actions and to see the actions in action***

 

This bundle includes both the Falling Snow and Falling Rain Effects and is normally $14.95 but for a limited time, you can get this bundle for:

 

$9.95

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*Note: If you already purchased these for Photoshop CS5, CS6, CC or CC2014, do not repurchase them. Your previously purchased download will load and work awesome in Elements 11, 12 and/or 13

 

My Third Photoshop Action Bundle

 

If you know how to install Photoshop Actions, skip to 1:15 in the video to see the Actions, in action.

 

This bundle consists of two different Photoshop Actions – One will give a nice pencil drawing effect and the other gives a great retro vintage look to your images. Both Actions works great on Photoshop CS5 and above – CS5, CS6, CC, CC2014 etc. The Pencil Effect works great with Elements 11, 12 and 13 but unfortunately, the retro vintage look doesn’t work with Elements at all.

This bundle includes both the Pencil Drawing Effect and Retro Vintage Look and is normally $14.95 but for a limited time, you can get this bundle for:

 

$9.95

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2 comments to Morganti Photoshop Actions

  • ThomasEverett  says:

    I’m interested in all of the Actions but only have Premier Elements 14. Do they all work with PE14?

  • Bruce Tennant  says:

    These actions work great in Photoshop. Highly recommended. Save yourself some time, use these actions, and follow Tony on his website. Your photography will be all the richer for it.

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