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Yes! When you checkout from our shop, you are asked to create an account. Once your purchase is complete, you can then login and retrieve your downloads. If you’ve made past purchases, those downloads will show up there as well. This is great if you get a new computer or lose a file, you can always log back in and grab it again later. 🙂
Congratulations on your new upgrade! Yes, your Elements actions will still work in CS/CC! However, they were designed specifically for Elements so they won’t be as efficient in your new program as the CS/CC version would be.
But not to worry, all of my Elements action sets come with the CS/CC version included so you may already be set to go! If, however, you made your purchase prior to 2013, yours may not have come with the CS/CC version in which case you can just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will would happy to send you the CS/CC version free of charge!
You will need to find the file on your computer and unzip it before you will be able to use the products in Photoshop.
In Windows, you can usually right-click on the zipped file and hit ‘Extract All’ – this will unzip the file and allow you to use the products within.
On a Mac, you can usually double-click the zipped file and it will automatically extract for you. If it doesn’t, you can right-click on the zipped file and select Open With > Archive Utility (default).
If your computer is unable to extract a file, you can do a google search for a free program to do it for you. I like using 7-Zip, but there are many others you can find.
Unfortunately, no. Due to the digital nature of the products in my shop, no refunds are provided.
I do, however, strive for 100% customer satisfaction so if you have any problems or questions please do not hesitate to contact me so that I can make it right!
You can email me at email@example.com with any concerns or feedback.
No, each purchase from my shop only grants individual usage rights to one person. These products are copyright protected, so any redistribution, reselling, forwarding,
Absolutely! We have Overlays, Textures, and many different Action sets that are Elements-compatible. Be sure to read the full description of a product before buying to double check that it works with Elements!
I sure do! 🙂
I teamed up with Photographers Connection to create a 4 week video e-course called The Photoshop Fanatic! You can visit the ‘Online Courses’ page under the Resources tab for more information and for some other course information as well!
My Photoshop Actions are compatible with Photoshop CS3 and up, Photoshop CC, and Photoshop Elements 9 and up. If you have a version of Photoshop earlier released than those listed here, I can’t guarantee the products will work in your software version. However, you are more than welcome to download the free products from the Freebies tab and test the compatibility with your program. (Some action sets may only be compatible with CS or CC and not with Photoshop Elements. Please read the full description of a product before making a purchase.)
My Lightroom Presets are compatible with LR3 and up. Some sets may be compatible only with LR5 and up, so please be sure to read the full description of a product before making a purchase.
If you don’t yet have an editing program, I personally use (and highly recommend) the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, which includes the latest versions of both Photoshop and Lightroom for $9.99/month USD. (Disclosure: This link is an affiliate link, meaning that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you choose to make a purchase after clicking through.)
Yes, all of our products are compatible with both PC and Mac.
–Actions are a recorded set of editing steps that you “play” in Photoshop. Once you hit play, it follows the steps of the edit and adds the effects to your image. Actions are not compatible with Lightroom. You can read more about getting started with Photoshop Actions, here.
–Textures are a patterned image that you drag and drop onto the photo you are editing. You can adjust the blend mode and opacity and it adds the patterned effect to your image. Textures are not compatible with Lightroom. You can learn more about how to apply textures, here.
–Overlays are similar to textures, only they aren’t “patterned” with a texture-like design, and are sometimes transparent. They can be dragged and dropped onto the image you are editing, and you can adjust the Blend Mode and opacity for different effects. Overlays can come in many different designs. There are Sky Overlays (which are not transparent), there are Overlays that have Sun Flares or other effects, and some that may be solidly-colored or swirled. Overlays are not compatible with Lightroom. You can read more about getting started with Sky Overlays, here. To learn more about how to apply regular overlays, click here.
If you have reached your download limit, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your order number and I will reset the link. 🙂
In the description of each product you will find a list of software versions that the product is compatible with. Be sure to thoroughly read the description before purchasing any products to be sure they work with your program version! You can also visit the Freebies page to download some sample products to test compatibility! 🙂
All products are digital and can be accessed at any time after purchase by signing into the site using the account you created at checkout. The products will be located on your Account page after you log in.
If you paid with an e-Check, your products will not appear on your Account page until the check clears through paypal. (Usually this can take anywhere from 3-5 days.)
If you have reset your password and are sure you’ve got it right, then it probably isn’t a password problem, it may be a username problem. Most often, people attempt to log in with their full email address as the username. However, your username is only the beginning portion of your email address, (everything before the @ symbol). So if the email address you used is email@example.com, your username is photo123. 🙂
If this doesn’t seem to help and you still are not able to access your account, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to get you all squared away!