Instantly Make Facebook Photos Better with Free Photoshop Actions

Introducing our 2nd Version of FACEBOOK FIX. Still free but better than ever!

Facebook seems to constantly makes changes. The last update affected photographers. Facebook changed the photo dimensions and added heavy compression to uploaded images. We’ve heard from hundreds of you begging for an easy way to make your photos look better on Facebook, while protecting them from theft.

We have your solution: The updated MCP Facebook Fix.

MCP Facebook Fix prepares your images for the Web through professionally tested actions.

We include easy-to-use actions for:

  • Resizing your images
  • Sharpening your images
  • Inserting your logo
  • Adding a copyright watermark
  • Showing photos side-by-side

Sharing your before and after edits and displaying your work just got easier.

What’s the catch?

You need Photoshop CS2+ or Elements 5+ to use our free gift. We don’t require for anything in return. We do hope you will start sharing your edited images on the MCP Facebook Wall more frequently.  And we would appreciate you “sharing” the news about Facebook Fix with your friends.  Remember, friends don’t let other friends upload poor quality images to Facebook!

<<< Download Facebook Fix from Our Website >>>

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<<< Download Facebook Fix from Facebook >>>

 

How are you using our actions and presets? Post your before & after photos on Facebook and tag them with @MCP Actions. We can’t wait to see your creations!

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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    says

    Thank you for providing this forum for learning. I look forward to participating even though I keep coming up with reasons why I’m not ready! I’m gonna DO this.

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