Creating a Professional Workflow | Actions and Droplets


We all know that an efficient digital workflow can be the greatest thing for your business. It alleviates the painstaking hours spent in front of the computer screen, and streamlines your images from capture to delivery. Quicker delivery time and less work in post-production is your end goal. So how do you get there? You need to be using actions and droplets in Adobe Photoshop. If you are already using presets in Lightroom or Capture One, this is a great tool to start with. But you cant do everything in Lightroom. This is where actions and droplets provide an efficient process to get images in Photoshop and apply advanced adjustments.

Lets start by learning what these processes can do.


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