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Learn how to use actions inside Adobe Photoshop to edit, retouch or color correct your photos professionally in seconds! (+91 actions inside)

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Best practices of using Adobe Photoshop actions to save your time. If you are wondering what are actions made for here is quick explanation. Adobe Photoshop actions are pre-recorded commands saved in a set which can be “played” with a single-button click. Let’s say you’ve made a few changes to your image, and spend 1 minute and 20 seconds on all this adjustments:

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