MCP’S NEWEST ACTION SET – COMING OCTOBER 5th

Start saving up.  Normally you “want” actions.  This set is different.  You “need” MCP’s Bag of Tricks.

Details and previews coming this entire week on this revolutionary new action set that took over a year to create.

Are your skin tones ever off?

Is color correction something you struggle with?

Do you ever get color casts reflecting on your subject from other objects in the picture?

Are the whites of eyes, white dresses and blankets, and other white objects sometimes plagued with an annoying color cast?

Do you wish your sunset silhouettes looked more vibrant?

Do you sometimes blow out skies so that you can expose your subject correctly?

Do your photos need a little more crispness, contrast, or better light?

Do you wish you could bring out hidden colors just where you want them?

Do you wish you could make white backdrops truly white or black backdrops solid black?

Here are a few sneak peeks:

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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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  1. 7

    says

    These look great, Jodi! Looking forward to getting this set of actions. They should be real time-savers from trying to fix color cast and other issues. Thanks so much!

  2. 8

    says

    I can’t wait to get this new set of MCP Actions! I purchased all the ones you have so far. Love them! Will this be enough for me to get rid of my color casts woes or should I still take your class? Thanks!

  3. 14

    says

    OMG! I LOVE THIS!!!!! How hard is it to do the blue sky? ie: how careful do you have to be so you don’t see the outline around the person? how long would the example above take?

  4. 27

    says

    I’ve been saving for a while and wanting to get MCP actions – I’m definitely loving these actions above all the others I’ve researched. Jodi, I know you hear this all the time, but you’re SO DARN good at what you do!

  5. 38

    says

    I was wishing for your color cast removal the other day even though I haven’t even seen it in action. I had a snazzy red carpet totally reflecting up on a wedding dress and it was making me mental.

  6. 39

    says

    Jodi,
    You are sooooo bad! You dangled that carrot making me think I don’t care how much, I must have them! LOL!
    Can’t wait to see all of the previews.

    BTW – do you shoot sRGB or Adobe RGB? Jpeg or RAW? I’ve gotten a lot of conflicting information on this from books and seminars/workshops that I’ve attended. Since your finished product is what I would like to achieve I was just wondering.
    pam

  7. 40

    says

    Jodi, I’ve ticked ‘Yes’ to all of the questions! I have to buy them now :-}..But, is there more.. Btw, This is what i was wishing from Santa this year and it’s come sooner (hehe)..Great work!

  8. 41

    says

    Pam – I shoot sRGB (even for that commercial Tamron assignment I did). I do shoot Raw. I was a Jpg shooter for years, so usually I do not need to rely on Raw. But it is there for me (the extra info and detail) if I need it.

  9. 42

    Alisa Conn says

    i love the mcp workshops and have taken three so far. Jodi makes it easy to understand and very easy to learn. There are no dumb questions which really helps me feel comfortable in a warm enviroment

  10. 46

    says

    I don’t see my first reply in here but did see the second…so I putting this back in for my first entry.
    What I love about MCP Actions is that they save me time. I use them on every image I process. I have built my own action that runs the actions I use on each image…both Jodi’s paid and free actions. LOVE them. Hope to win this and add the new ones to my workflow. Or to make enough money this year to justify purchasing the new set.

  11. 49

    says

    Love MCP actions and hope to buy more in the future.. LOVE magic powde and eye doctor. my favs so far….makes me look good as a photographer…get rave reviews on my pics from family and friends….

  12. 52

    says

    Entry 1: Photography has always been a passion of mine and now that I’m a first time mom I find that the MCP Photoshop Actions and Workshops help make the moments and memories I capture of my family even more beautiful. Thanks in advance for the opportunity to win this amazing set of actions.

  13. 54

    Loraine says

    I have just been trying out your free actions and they are wonderful. I will be back to buy some of your sets soon. And this new set is magical!

  14. 56

    Tammy says

    I love the information you provide….and absolutely love your actions. Just wish I was computer savvy enough to use them. About all I can master is cropping and minor adjustments… :(
    I need help….

  15. 57

    says

    Your actions have changed taken my post processing to a whole new level. I absolutely cannot wait for this next set! Thanks so much for all you do!

  16. 61

    says

    This is the first time I have been to this site and teh first time I have heard about it…. It is incredible!!!! I am trying to get more into photography.I have photoshop elements. I find it hard to get the results I want and are hoping for… Seeing this new “Photoshop Action” looks AWESOME as does your website. I am looking forward to checking it and and learning all I can…

    Thank for this chance to win something that would change my life forever and help me out with my photo’s by leaps and bounds ☼

    Becki

  17. 65

    Tina Harden says

    Hey Jodi! I’m so excited about your new Bag of Tricks! I literally use an MCP action or set of actions on almost every photo I run through post. I remember discovering Eye Doctor and Dentist and thinking that my whole life had changed. They have done wonders for my work flow! Thanks Jodi and MCPactions! You ROCK!

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