MCP Fusion Photoshop Actions Now Available: One Click Workflow, Infinite Possibilities
The MCP Fusion Photoshop action set combines the most versatile and user-friendly workflow actions with beautiful color and black and white conversions, bringing you an action set with unlimited combinations. These actions work in Photoshop CS2, CS3, CS4 and CS5 and Elements 5-9.
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This set is perfect for anyone who wants crisp, color-popped images, cross-processed urban looks, vintage style photographs, or stunning black and white conversions.
All of these styles are only a click away with the MCP Fusion action set, saving you time while offering a one-of-a-kind look for your images.
MCP Fusion includes 56 powerful Photoshop actions to help you achieve the artistic looks you want! Learn more about how these actions can benefit your workflow and style.
21 color workflow actions: with One Click Color as the base of all the color conversions, you have a reliable, effective workflow in every action. Color Fusion Mix and Match actions allow you to combine any of the color plays for infinite variations.
Eight black and white workflow actions: with One Click B&W as the base of all the black and white conversions, you have a solid workflow in every action. B&W Fusion Mix and Match actions give you the ability to combine any of the black and whites for limitless combinations.
Seven exposure-adjusting actions: helping with highlights, shadows and the overall luminosity of an image.
13 special effect-enhancers: including realistic sunflare Photoshop actions and the pendulum color adjusting and tinting actions.
Seven contrast and sharpening actions: for print and web with options to apply the results selectively
* Many of the Fusion Photoshop actions can be batch processed in Photoshop CS2 and up. Due to software differences, the Elements version of these actions are slightly less adjustable and may not be batch processed. Results from these actions vary based on the colors and tones in your image and if you use Photoshop or Elements..