Kevin Kubota Action Sets and Artistic Tools
Photoshop actions from Kubota Image Tools
Kevin Kubota Action Sets: Volume 2
All Things Photography are proud to be partnered with Kevin Kubota Workshops and their full range of amazing products. This includes all of the Photoshop Action Sets and Tools. If you have never seen or heard of these before, you are in for a treat! Watch the video below for a quick overview and then read on for more information:
Kevin Kubota was recently hailed as one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world by American Photo Magazine. He has put his years of Photoshop experience into these actions for all to enjoy and use and when you see his website you will see that he uses these actions himself.
So what exactly are Photoshop Action Sets?
Action Sets are pre-written processes that you simply download and install into Photoshop. They enhance and personalise your images in many different ways, saving you hours of processing time. With just one click of a button you can transform your images and really bring them to life in any number of ways.
Actions are there to speed up your workflow and give your images your own personalised look. Something that your clients will really appreciate. If you browse many of the top wedding photographer's websites, you will notice that many of them use these Kevin Kubota action sets. Their images really "pop"!
What you tend to find is that these Photoshop actions give your photos a style that sets you apart from the mainstream processing whilst adding a certain "Je ne sais quois" to your images. Images that leap out to your clients when "shopping" for a photographer to shoot their wedding for example.
Here are some of the features from my favourite of the Kevin Kubota Action Sets range, Artistic Tools Volume 2. This was winner of the "Hot One" award. It has over 50 different Photoshop Actions, including:
Once you get to know these actions well, they become like "old friends". The amount of different combinations you can use to get different effects is endless! You always find something new to spice up your images. I find that by making 3 or 4 subtle changes and alterations rather than one huge change, I get much nicer images.