September 2013 – With the big new changes of my website and the way that I’ve learned to make my action workflow even better than ever before, I have made some updates to my sets! For example, if you are still using my old workflow with the “hidden contrast layers,” then you’re missing out on the new, cleaner workflow! (Not the one with the “action blends,” but the very new one where I took out the numbers and made everything nicely laid out and less cluttered in the layers palette when you’re applying actions.)
So, if you have purchased the following sets in the past, you can contact me on this page. Fill out the required *fields, provide me the transaction ID of the product purchase or the email that you used to purchase it; and when I resend it to you, it will go to the email that was used to purchase it.
*I will not being offering free updates forever. Just for now because it’s my way of saying sorry for the confusion of my indecisive changes, but that won’t happen anymore because I think I got this all figured out! :)
These updates were sent out in October.
Previous purchases you may update (for PS CS) – click the name to expand update info.
• The Shadow Hazes are now under the Tint, Hazes, and Shadows section, located after the base starters.
•After the tints and hazes, are the main airy tones color actions, which have had a couple of name changes, and a new added action called “Airy Warmth.”
•At the bottom of the set are some quick touch-up actions to help complete the image.
•Some name changes to some of the actions.
•I took out the paint-on section, but there are a couple of paint on effects under the quick touch-ups section.
•There’s also a Power of Light section, which are light orbs/gradients.
I am still working on more sets—some completely new and some very old sets updated with the totally new, easy, clean workflow. You can follow this tutorial to help you understand the basics of the new workflow, where the folders now close automatically after applying main actions or any actions of 2 or more layers. It makes the workflow cleaner and less cluttered. The all-in-one actions (apply all/create recipe) make editing even faster.