MCP Actions is Partnering with Tina Parker Designs | My Lil Creations

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My “Tell a Storyboard Actions” have been a huge success.  I am so glad that everyone is LOVING them!  I have 2 videos included when you purchase them.  One explains how to use them, add photos, etc.  The other video explains how to change colors, add gradients, or add patterns and scrapbooking papers.

I keep getting asked if I will start making papers for these storyboards and collages.  For now I really LOVE making actions and doing the Photoshop Training, so I am staying focused.  But I never want to leave my customers hanging.  So I have partnered with Tina Parker of My Lil Creations.  She makes incredible papers which can be used in my Tell a Storyboard Collection.

Please remember these do not come with your MCP Actions, but they can be purchased from her website.  Also keep in mind both her and my Terms of Use for these.  They cannot be used to make and sell or give away other templates, but can be used as flattened files with your photography inside for clients.

Here is a small sampling of the papers in use in a few MCP Storyboards.









Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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    These papers are beautiful and what a great idea to combine them! I’m a PS newbie so combos like these really help me get things accomplished.

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    I was just wondering about this the other day – wow, great minds think alike. Her work is gorgeous. You made a great partner!!

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    what a great idea, her papers and your templates great combination. Ilove Toina’s stuff. These templates look awesome love them. Something else to my to get list for sure

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    This might be a silly question because maybe I’m missing something really simple, but I’m confused by the sizes you offer in your storyboard collections. Sizes like 20×20 and 30×30, for example, are not standard photo sizes, so how and where do clients have these printed? I think I must be missing something…

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    Chandra – actually square shapes can be printed at most professional printers. The 20×20 and smaller like 12×12 for example – I print at Color Inc. 30×30 is a harder size but usually photographers printing that big opt for a canvas. Hope that helps.

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