Please watch the video tutorial above for a demonstration on how to use the action.
File updated: 20 November 2014
Elemental Photoshop ActionThis action will create an advanced effect with just a few clicks. You simply just brush the areas you want the effect to appear, choose what direction the effect shoots off into and click play!
The action has been tested and working on Photoshop (English versions) CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6,CC.
The action will only work on the English version of Photoshop.
Photos used in the preview image have been graded with Photo Master
Tips & HelpIf you need assistance with this action or any others, please visit the help page here. This page covers FAQ, general knowledge about the actions and ways you could make money with them.
TestedEach action is thoroughly tested across between 50 – 150 different photos to ensure there are no errors. In the case where you do experience an error, please firstly visit the help page and then contact me via email if you are still having troubles.
The Best ResultsFor the best results, it is recommended to use high resolution photos in the range of 1500px – 3500px. The optimal range is from 2500px – 3500px. The detail and clarity in the effects generated by the actions reduce the smaller your photo is.
OrganisedAfter each action has finished playing, it creates a well organised layer structure. Each layer and folder are named appropriately and color coded to create a neat working environment for you. Not only is the layer structure organised, each action comes with a highly detailed video tutorial teaching you about how each layer affects the design and how you can make customisations to it. Here is my YouTube channel.
Time SavingSevenStyles Photoshop Actions are designed to save you hours, days, weeks or months of work. They are created in a way that both Photoshop beginners and experts can use, saving you lots of time working on both personal or commercial projects. Creating photo effects manually from photo to photo is a thing of the past – welcome to the future.
Combine actionsIf you own multiple actions, have you thought about stacking the effects to build even more advanced designs? Below there are over 60 actions to choose from – this is where you can get really creative!
How do I combine actions?
- Run the first action on your photo.
- Once you are happy with the design, save your image out.
- Now re-open your image and run another action!