Get our 260 Urban Photo Actions designed with passion of photography!
- Metropolitan / Workflow Collection
- Sprocketography / Filmstrip Actions
- Vintage Camera Light Leaks
- Photo Framing Actions
- Urban Vintage
- Urban Legend / Monochrome Actions
- Anaglyph 3D Actions
- Cross Process Actions
- Instagram Emulation Actions
The Urban Action set will tint and cross process mimicking the styles and techniques used by today’s photographers. This set will recreate the look of expensive tilt-shift lenses and add amazing textures and tones to your images. The actions within the set load multiple layers allowing you to easily adjust the look of the photo after the action has run, delivering perfect results. Now you can easily add creative look to your urban photos. Our one-click actions make it easy to give your photos a variety of urban art looks.
Metropolitan / Workflow Collection
Workflow Actions Collection allows you to create your own photo style! You can create an unlimited number of custom combinations for your images. All actions are layerable, mix and match them to your taste!
Urbanista / Portrait Actions
If buildings are the bones and body of a city, then the people are its soul. The essence of a city or suburb can be found in the locals. Here’s where the shoot from the hip tip really comes in handy. Including both buildings and people in a single shot can make a powerful and dynamic photograph.Shooting urban portraits is a great way to shake things up and break out of the passionless photography rut we sometimes find ourselves in. In this collection you will find great set of portrait actions, that will help you in your creativity!
Urban Legend / Monochrome Actions
Monochrome photography is photography where the image produced has a single hue, rather than recording the colours of the object that was photographed. Monochrome images are not direct renditions of their subjects, but are abstractions from reality, representing colours in shades of grey. Monochrome images may be produced by manipulating colour images using computer software like photoshop or lightroom, etc…
Retro and vintage style never go out of style. For photographers, creating vintage effects in pictures or photographs can be achieved in many ways. One is through the use of certain filters while others apply the vintage effect in Adobe Photoshop. The easiest way to do this in Photoshop is through Photo Actions!