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Before and After Step-by-Step Edit: MCP Photoshop Action, Newborn Necessities, can make those Newborn session stressers a thing of the past

The MCP Show and Tell Site is a place for you to share your images edited with MCP products (our Photoshop actions, Lightroom presets, textures and more).  We’ve always shared before and after Blueprints on our main blog, but now, we will sometimes share some favorites from Show and Tell to give these photographers even more exposure.  If you haven’t checked out Show and Tell yet, what are you waiting for?  You’ll learn how other photographers are using our products and see what they can do for your work.  And once you are ready, you can show off your own editing skills using MCP goodies.  You might even make new friends or gain a customer…. since you get to add your website address right on the page. Bonus!

 

Today’s Featured Image:

By: Melissa

Studio: Captured Photography by Melissa B.

Equipment Used: No Camera Body information available, 50mm lens used

Settings: ISO 250, f/1.6, SS 1/320

Software: Photoshop

MCP sets used: Newborn Necessities Photoshop Actions, MCP’s Free Photoshop Actions

  • Steps taken to achieve result – edit newborn images the easy way:
    • Manual edits were done first, such as cropping, rotating the picture, and stretching the canvas.  Wrinkles were also cloned out.
    • Newborn Necessities Action items (adjusted based on personal preference):
      • White Blankie Fix
      • Magic Lotion
      • Brighten Midtones
      • Sharp Eyelashes
      • Web Sharpie
    • Added a linen texture using MCP’s FREE Texture Applicator

ST6 Editing Newborn Images the Easy Way Blueprints Photoshop Actions Photoshop Tips & Tutorials

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  1. mask seoer on March 5, 2012 at 10:09 am

    hi! what is the name of this method ?

  2. Janelle McBride on March 5, 2012 at 11:30 am

    Love these articles.

  3. Ryan Jaime on March 5, 2012 at 8:00 pm

    Looks fun!

  4. Alice C. on March 5, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    Fun! I started out as a digital scrapbooker and I haven’t made a page like this in ages. I may have to play around with it again!

  5. Image Masking on March 6, 2012 at 2:42 am

    Great interesting post. Thanks for sharing !!

  6. orhe on March 6, 2012 at 9:45 am

    gree

  7. John on May 17, 2014 at 10:15 am

    The final result looks really professional, great tip!

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