Do you shoot and edit a lot of portraits? You’ve come to the right place!
Editing portraits requires time and skill. When you first start editing portraits, you may learn the basics and you might learn some variable settings to make your photos pop a little, but truly bringing a portrait to life is hard work.
Starting with a base is always really useful and can help you start your edit.
Let’s take a look at eight different Photoshop Actions bundles made for portrait photographers just like you!
The Matte Series is our complete collection of fades, mattes, and washes for Adobe Photoshop. Featuring retro tints and color grades to help you get the perfect colors and tones with your matte effect.
We built this set of Matte Photoshop Actions with the most versatile adjustment layers in Photoshop to give you consistent looks on any type of photo. Whether you shoot in dark, moody environments, or wide open, bright spaces these filters will be great for you.
They’re perfect for portraits and will give your photos a crisp, colorful feel.
This next bundle is perfect for portrait photographers, especially if you’re shooting a lot of fashion, style, and clothing detail shots.
This pack of actions will help you add intense fashion effects and soft, cold tones to your photos.
Custom fashion week Photoshop Actions for editorial and commercial photographers. Created by the FilterGrade Team. These effects will help you add clean and customizable effects to your fashion, runway, street style, and portrait photography.
These Photoshop Actions from Simon White will help you add minimal tones and monotone looks to your images.
Simon created these filters to capture his editing style in replicable effects for you to edit and learn with. They were developed through hundreds of trial and error experiments on thousands of photos to capture the best effects possible.
They are awesome for creating moody and monotone portraits and also for architectural or urban photography as well.
Ever been curious how other photographers get such authentic looking analog photos? I definitely have.
There are a lot of tiny details that really make an image look like true film. The slight saturation and decrease in exposure, the small particles of dust and film grain, and the vibrant reds and oranges.
FilmStock is built to simulate these film leaks and apply them to your photos. Not only light leaks, but the details that really make them impact the photo. A soft washed out fade in the background, analog error and bleaching effects, and even the film grain.
These incredible flares are great for adding beautiful color and pop to your photos. Created by travel and lifestyle photographer, Matt Larson.
Use these on any of your portraits or travel photos to add a nice pop with natural sun looks. These flares will bring your portraits to life and give them a happy, warm feel.
Custom Photoshop Actions built for newspaper and magazine print designers. Developed by typographic and print designer Nicole Lagger.
Contrary to many of the effects and products available on FilterGrade, these are primarily made for use in CMYK color mode. Please keep this in mind when using the actions. Certain effects will change the mode of your Photoshop document in preparation to export for print.
With the print Photoshop Actions you will get a collection of useful tools to help edit and prepare your photos/designs for the printing process.
Cold Press Winter Photoshop Actions
Enjoy the cold, frigid look of winter? You’ll love this.
ColdPress is built with the winter photographer in mind. Quickly add winter effects to your photos, contrasted with gorgeous cold light leaks and lens distortions.
The best part? You can give any image a cold look in just a few clicks. Try it for yourself!
Hopefully after reading more about these different types of Photoshop Actions you’ve come to a decision on which bundle(s) is/are right for you!
Whether you’re looking for film tones, warm effects, or cool tones, we’ve got you covered. :)