Copying and modifying an action


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Copying and modifying an action

In the next couple of exercises I'm going to show you how to copy an Action and then modify it. And then permit the user of the Action to change the settings on the fly if they want to. So I'm still looking at The terrors of Sammy.jpg and The horrors of Max.jpg, both found inside the 30_actions folder. Both have been modified according to the Rotate & scale Action right here. And I have gone ahead and collapsed my right side palettes and expanded the Actions palette, so that I can focus in on my Actions a little more tightly, because there is not really anything going on in these other palettes that wants our attention. And I want to able to keep an eye on Max right here.

And the reason is this. Sammy is nice and sharp, as you can see right here. He is going to just spring off the page when he is printed. But Max is a lot softer. Either, I missed the focus. Something is going on optically inside of this photograph that's making for softer details. And I want Max to be e...

Copying and modifying an action
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Copying and modifying an action provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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