Free Food Photoshop Actions for Broma Bakery

free food photoshop actions

Food photography is huge these days! And rightly so. Don’t you enjoy looking at a beautiful picture of your favorite meal?

When exploring the food photography world, we stumbled upon Broma Bakery. Sarah Fennel is the genius behind Broma Bakery and she creates some of the best recipes and food photography around. I mean, just look at these cookies!

After a brief conversation, we knew a collaboration was necessary. The day has come and that collaboration is finally here. Together we built a set of four high quality food Photoshop actions for photographers and bloggers to use in their food photography projects. With these free actions you can add beautiful lighting and color enhancement to your photos quickly.

garnish free food photoshop action

morning light 2 free food photoshop action

linen free food photoshop action

perspective free food photoshop action

This set of free food Photoshop actions includes four clean, non-destructive effects. Morning Light, Perspective, Garnish, and Linen. With each you can quickly adjust exposure, lighting, color, and contrast. These come in handy when you are trying to bring out the detail and color in your food photography.

Click the button below to download them instantly today!

Free Download!


Here’s a little image you can pin in case you want to save these for later. :)

free food photoshop actions

I hope you find these useful in your projects! If you do use them and share on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram tag #filtergrade and #bromabakery! We’d love to see your work. :)

Be sure to check out the rest of our free Photoshop actions and photo editing resources. And head over to Broma Bakery for amazing recipes and food photography.

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37 Replies to “Free Food Photoshop Actions for Broma Bakery”

  1. Marta says:

    Hello! great filters! thanks for making them free.
    One question, can you download them for windows or are they only for mac users?

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Marta. Thanks so much! :)

      To answer your question, yes. All of our actions work in Adobe Photoshop CS4+ for Windows and Mac users.

      Best,

      Mike

  2. Debbie says:

    These are awesome!! Will they work for PS Elements?

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks Debbie! Truthfully I am not sure. We don’t currently have the resources to build or test the actions in Photoshop Elements, but they could still work. :)

      1. Debbie says:

        Thank you, wont hurt to download them and try.

  3. Miranda says:

    the actions look great and I downloaded them to try. However, I have a dutch version of Photoshop and the action doesn’t seem to work because of this. I get all kinds of errors because layers are not available. (different names in English than in Dutch of course.) Do you know of any way to solve this? I really would love to use your actions. Thanks for your help.

  4. Miranda says:

    I found how to change PS language to English here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ELfVXByDAY
    maybe it’s also useful for others. It worked for me.
    thanks for the free actions, now I can’t wait to test them :)

    1. Mike says:

      Exactly what I was going to suggest, good find haha! Enjoy the actions. :)

  5. Aman says:

    Hi i download the actions but I have cc 2015 and there are not working, can you help me?
    thanks!

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Aman, thanks for your comment! Would be happy to help you out. Are you using an English version of Photoshop? If not, follow this tutorial to change your language in Photoshop to English, very simple and has worked for many of our customers in the past when using the actions.

  6. Doreen says:

    Hi,
    I have CS3 installed and I was wondering if there is a chance to get your action-kit working also with this rather old version of Photoshop?

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Doreen, thanks for commenting. I definitely recommend trying it out, but we currently can’t test in CS3or lower. There is a chance the actions will still work, but may have a few errors. Either way I’d say give it a shot. :)

      1. Doreen says:

        Thanks, Mike! I already discovered that it doesn’t work because I cannot change the language in my version (I have a German one) – the youtube-videos here don’t apply for CS3. Well, I guess, I have to check out the new CC …

      2. Mike says:

        Oh no, sorry about that Doreen. :( Honestly though I think you’ll really enjoy CC. As a user of multiple Adobe programs it saves me so much money and helps me work faster between video, photo, and design projects.

  7. Amanda says:

    Thank you for posting these! May I blog about this freebie on my own blog? I’d love to share for others :-)

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks for the comment Amanda. That would be awesome. Yes you can. :)

      If you need any images, feel free to email me and I can send them over. My email is [email protected].

  8. Kristy says:

    Just FYI. I manually installed it on Elements 7.0 and created a .png. I can get it to show up with my other actions and I go to run it and I get a message with every step stating that it was created in the full version of Photoshop and cannot be edited in Photostop elements.
    Just wanted others to know. Has anyone gotten it to work in Elements? If so, what version?

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Kristy, thanks for the comment! We’re sorry, we currently don’t have the resources to support Photoshop Elements. All of our Photoshop Actions are compatible with Photoshop CS4, Photoshop CS5, Photoshop CS5.5, Photoshop CS6, Photoshop CC, and all the latest versions of Adobe Creative Cloud.

  9. Natalie says:

    So I tried applying these to some pictures and it’s just solid white. I’m not sure what’s going on. I have the latest photoshop. Thanks

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Natalie, sorry about that! Is your background layer locked? Sometimes, this can lead to errors. If not, can you email me a screenshot? I’d be more than happy to help you out. My email is: [email protected]

  10. chadum says:

    Excuse me. I wanna know what camera that you take a photo?

    thank you.

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Chadum, thanks for the comment! These photos were shot by Sarah Fennel of Broma Bakery. In this article she share’s all of the camera gear she uses in her work: http://bromabakery.com/my-camera-bag

  11. Txs a lot to shra ethose filters,
    They’re just wonderful, makes my work much more easier
    txs

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks so much for the kind words!

  12. sue obryan says:

    Can you let me know how to get these into Photoshop? I have downloaded but don’t understand how to proceed

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Sue, sorry I missed your comment. You can find a full tutorial on installing Photoshop Actions here: https://filtergrade.com/how-to-install-photoshop-actions/

  13. Misha says:

    Hi, how I can download these PhotoShop actions?

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Misha, if you click the black download button above the infographic it will download the actions (.atn + help files) instantly. :)

  14. Sunday says:

    Thank you so much for the awesome filter. Really appreciate it.
    I just tried them out and it look absolutely gorgeous. Xoxoxo

    1. Mike says:

      You’re so kind Sunday, thank you! :D

  15. sandi says:

    Nice of you to share free actions. Now how do i download them?

    1. Mike says:

      Hi Sandi, just click the black button above that says: ‘FREE DOWNLOAD’ and the files will instantly save to your computer. :)

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