It seems like we are having a bit of trouble with the sickies in this house. If its not one person, its another. To be honest, I’m getting a bit of cabin fever. At the beginning of this week, I thought we were all good, unfortunately the school called yesterday, said Noah was running a fever and not himself. So once again, on this nice warmer day, we are stuck indoors trying to get better.
I’ve had a couple messages and emails since last week asking if the actions I’m including weekly work with Photoshop Elements. The answer is yes they do. I have Photoshop CS6, which is the most recent version. So if you have the most recent version of Elements, almost all of the actions should link over. If you have an older version, with some of the actions, some of the recorded layers may not transfer. That being said, the action I’m including today should transfer easily into old versions of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements without a problem.
I’m calling it “Creamsicle”. It has included warming filter, a yellow filter, a couple creamy layers and a very light vignette.
This is after the creamsicle action is applied, along with sweet sharpening from last week.
This is after creamsicle and fade away blemish was lightly applied.
Both Sweet Sharpening and Fade Away Blemish from last week should work well with elements, and all older versions. Vivid creamy light, will most likely lose a couple layers with older versions and the only way for you to really know is load it yourself and try it out.
To download Creamsicle click here!