How to Use Paint-On Photoshop Actions
If you’re familiar with Photoshop Actions, you know that they allow you to achieve multiple editing steps in one click. Usually, after pressing “Play” on an Action, you’ll see the effect appear on your photo. In some cases, though, an Action may not appear to make any changes to your photo until you use your Brush Tool to paint the effect on. This might be a little confusing if you’re new to using Actions. So, in this video I’ll use the MB Brush Pack Actions to show you how to use these types of paint-on Photoshop Actions.
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