Give Your Image Punch and That Professional Look With Kubota Actions
Photoshop Actions are set scripts that are created for and run in Adobe Photoshop (and Lightroom…see below). They can be made by anyone via a somewhat complicated process and your end results may not always be consistent on every image you use them on. These actions are automated and will run any processing script that is available from within Photoshop.
You may want to add a certain effect or black and white conversion to a huge batch of images. By running set actions, you can literally shave hours from your workflow, especially if working on wedding images.
Rather than spend countless hours trying to create my own set of actions for Photoshop, and then hoping they actually work, I prefer to use preset actions created by one of the top ten photographers in the world, Mr Kevin Kubota. He has created numerous production and image enhancing actions for Photoshop CS2 and above that are geared towards and made with the digital photographer in mind.
I personally use Photoshop Actions from Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4 as well as the Production Tools on every wedding shoot I process…without fail. They speed up my workflow and give my images the edge I need and I use them for many other areas of my work too.
I can’t recommend them enough!
Kevin Kubota Photoshop actions are powerful, easy to use, professional “plug and play” Photoshop effects tools that will enhance your images and improve your workflow. Created by World Class professional photographers, these Actions for Photoshop can be used with ease by any photographer at any level. If buying in bulk, I recommend that you look at the various studio packages below.
Many of the Actions in Volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4 are customisable meaning that you can tweak certain Photoshop effects to suit your image. This also means that once you collect all 4 Action Paks, you have an almost unlimited amount of creativity at your fingertips for all of your images!
New: All Action Paks (1, 2, 3 and 4) now come with the new Kubota Action Dashboard 5. If you haven’t seen this yet, see it in action here!