How Can You Prepare & Display Images on the Web? Like This…

After yesterday’s launch, I wanted to show some of the fabulous ways photographers are using the Finish It Photoshop actions to add borders, frames, color blocks and branding to their photos. Thank you to all those who contributed.

add rounded corners using photoshopPink Book Photography

how to add a logo in photoshop

Julie Wooldridge, Lodi Design House

how to round edges in photoshopShellie, Serenity Pictures

add your logo using photoshop

Sharon Blankenship, Sharon Blankenship Photography

photograph of child blowing a bubble

Aimee Ferguson, Aimee Ferguson Photography

insert logo using photoshop

Britt Anderson, Britt Anderson Photography

rounded corner frame in photoshopMelissa Waller, Melissa Waller Photography

photo of a baby in a bucketMichelle Monson

photographing a girl in a pettiskirtDeborah Israeli, Redhead Photography

how to add a colorful frame in photoshop

Kathy Austin, Kathy Austin Photography

urban style family portraitLinda, Linda Blackwell Photography

how to photography dogsAngel Pope, Angel Pope Photography

girl modeling hat and jewelry for photographerJulie Robinson, JWR Studios

making a gallery frame in photoshop

Karla Burton

adding a block of color to an image in photoshop

Christy Combs – Way Outnumbered

how to photograph a newbornKellie Goodrich, Kellie Goodrich Photography


If you have purchased this set, please take a moment to review it. Here are the 1st reviews of this set:

  1. Fabulous! Review by Britt

    I love the time these actions save me….gets my images ready for my blog, facebook, gallery…I love how easy it is to customize and make them unique to me and my brand. Thanks Jodi! (Posted on 2/9/10)

  2. So Amazing Review by Melissa

    These actions have made my life so much easier. It’s like everything you need to finish your photos all in one step. Jodi, you are amazing. I have been purchasing a lot of your actions lately and I love them. Truly amazing! (Posted on 2/9/10)

  3. A must for finishing images for web! Review by Annieohh

    I can’t say enough about this action set you’ve created!! I already know I should be doing these types of things to my images for web but I was always just too lazy to do it! This action makes these things so easy to do, I have been using it on all my web images! Not only is it safer but my images look so polished and professional!

    Thank you! (Posted on 2/9/10)

  4. Makes it so simple I’ll actually do it! Review by Julie

    Blogging to me is often a chore but these actions make it so much quicker and easier and it actually looks great. So easy to switch up a few things and customize it to my branding. Excellent !! (Posted on 2/9/10)

  5. Awesome Way to Showcase Photos Review by Pam

    These actions are definitely a time-saver. Provides you a very consistent, professional way to showcase your photos on your blog and Facebook. Thanks Jodi for making things easier! (Posted on 2/9/10)

  6. Branding just got easy! Review by Mands

    Well wow! not only do these save time, but they keep a consistent look and professional finish on all my blog and Facebook images, as well as getting my name and brand out there! Absolutely awesome …thank you again Jodi for thinking outside the box and producing another fantastic product. (Posted on 2/8/10)

  7. GREAT way to finish your PP workflow! Review by Kanani

    If you’re looking for a way to simplify your post processing workflow and create images ready for the web, look no further! As always, Jodi’s latest set is absolutely FABULOUS! I have cleaned out my proofing actions folder! Thanks for yet another great set of actions Jodi! (Posted on 2/7/10)

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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