|Part Three: #3 - Actions Save Time
|Photoshop Basic Skills Series - Part Three
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#3-1 - Actions Save Time - Part 1: 10:53
#3-2 - Actions Save Time - Part 2: 11:37
Photoshop Actions are a fantastic way to save time and repetitive key strokes when
repeating the same steps with a number of photos. A Photoshop action memorizes a
series of key strokes or mouse clicks and lets you quickly repeat them on dozens of
pictures with just one click of the mouse!
This video tutorial explains when to use Actions and how to create and play both simple
and complex Photoshop Actions.
Part 1 explains what an Action is, how to create and play them, and demonstrates
creating a simple action to increase saturation 10%.
Part 2 demonstrates creating a more complex Action to reduce the resolution and pixel
dimensions of a photograph, save and compress it for the web in a new folder, and
close the file. The advanced feature of pausing an Action to add or change details is
For BOTH PC & Mac:
#3-1 Actions Save Time - Part 1: 10:53
#3-2 Actions Save Time - Part 2: 11:37