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Cinematic Photoshop Actions

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Simulate the look of cinematic effects used in movies and TV series. This set of 25 Photoshop action contains 19 cinematic looks and 6 tonal adjustments. Many of these effects were created by sampling and comparing before/after photos of movies such as “300”, “Skyfall”, “Life of Pi”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “Matrix”, and more!

Snapshot Prerendering

Play one action and all the effects will be generated for you! Using Photoshop’s snapshots feature, you can switch between the effects instantly without running another action.

Lightning Fast

By minimizing the layers and sticking to nondestructive layers, these actions run FAST. There’s no layer merging, raster adjustments, filters, etc.

Professional Results

Because these actions use RGB curves to change the color and contrast, they give you the maximum image quality, dynamic range, and consistent results with any photo. All the effects are created using nondestructive layers – no raster layers!

Works with Video

Photoshop CS6 and CC has some amazing video editing capabilities and you can use these effects in your video. Simply open your video file and run the actions. Using the Snapshot Prerendering feature, you can preview the effect as the video is being played (See video for demo)!

Cinematic Effects

  • Warm - Extracted from “Skyfall” (2012 film)
  • Cool - Extracted “Skyfall” (2012 film)
  • Action
  • Horror
  • Desert
  • Surreal - Extracted from “Alice in Wonderland” (2010 film)
  • Spartan - Extracted from “300” (2006 film)
  • Atlantic Storm - Extracted from “Life of Pi” (2011 film)
  • Two-Strip
  • Process 2
  • Vintage Romance - Extracted from “Amélie” (2001 film)
  • Hacker - Extracted from “Matrix” (1991 film)
  • Polaroid
  • Lomo
  • Subtle Film
  • Old Film - Extracted from “The Sound of Music” (1965 film)
  • Old Film 2
  • Warm Film - Extracted from “Alice in Wonderland” (1951 film)

Tonal Actions

  • Flat
  • Low Contrast
  • High Contrast
  • Midtone Contrast
  • DRI
  • Auto DRI
  • Applications Supported

    Adobe Photoshop
  • File Types

  • Additions

    • Documentation Included
  • Commercial License

    Further Information
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