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03/05/2010 02:41:22 PM · #1
Originally posted by magenmarie:

I found a tilt shift action online. WHOOHOO.

If anyone wants it, PM me, and I"ll email it to you. :)


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03/05/2010 12:41:34 PM · #2
Originally posted by magenmarie:

Or maybe a lensbaby action?

I am just loving actions right now!


Don't you have a lensbaby?
03/05/2010 12:05:11 PM · #3
have you seen This old post? I might have to PM you for the action. Could have sworn there was a thread about how to do it...different than the OP said...but I can't find it.

Message edited by author 2010-03-05 12:10:17.
03/05/2010 11:34:52 AM · #4
I found a tilt shift action online. WHOOHOO.

If anyone wants it, PM me, and I"ll email it to you. :)


03/05/2010 12:18:15 AM · #5
It looked like a place
To find some satisfaction
With a little less talk
And a lot more action
03/04/2010 11:43:51 PM · #6
how about some rump shakin action? i can jump on the turntables and provide some of that
03/04/2010 11:34:53 PM · #7
I guess you could emulate a lensbaby-esque effect with a radial blur and a circular gradient on a layer mask?
03/04/2010 11:06:24 PM · #8
Back in the silver and chemical days, we used a uv filter and put a little vasoline on it with a Qtip, leaving a strip across the center not oiled. By changing aperture, you get different effects.
It's not a processing action, but does get results that you can see as you set up the shots.
03/04/2010 10:55:38 PM · #9
Or maybe a lensbaby action?

I am just loving actions right now!


03/04/2010 07:48:02 PM · #10
I think a tilt shift action would be limited in the the blurring would only appear in the same spot on every shot. What if you switch orientation?

I don't have an action but I have a 2 step process that does the tilt-shift effect.
03/04/2010 02:29:07 PM · #11
So, I discovered actions, and I LOVE them!!!
I'm trying to find one for the tilt shift effect... but no luck.

Anyone have one they want to share?? :)

I'll share one of mine with you.... (yes, I'm trying to bribe you all...). mwah ah ah ah ah


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