Add YOUR Photoshop actions to the TK7 panel (new method)

In addition to generating luminosity masks, the TK7 panel also creates a more efficient Photoshop workflow with the buttons and menus in the Combo and Cx modules. Many photographers keep one of these modules open in their workspace because it provides quick access to many commonly used Photoshop features. Another way to improve workflow efficiency is to use Photoshop actions to perform repetitive steps. However, using Photoshop actions still involves opening Photoshop’s regular Actions panel. The Combo or Cx modules provide an alternative to this also. Both modules have a dedicated User Actions menu for running Photoshop actions. You just need to take a few minutes to add the actions you are already using. Once it’s set up, you can access your Photoshop actions directly from the User Actions menu in these modules, and this sub-menu automatically closes once the action completes. It’s a fast and efficient way to run Photoshop actions. To help you get started, the video below shows a new method for adding your previously recorded actions to the User Actions menu of the Combo or Cx module.

One thought on “Add YOUR Photoshop actions to the TK7 panel (new method)

  1. Awesome information !

    On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 12:13 PM Good Light Journal wrote:

    > Tony Kuyper posted: “In addition to generating luminosity masks, the TK7 > panel also creates a more efficient Photoshop workflow with the buttons and > menus in the Combo and Cx modules. Many photographers keep one of these > modules open in their workspace because it provides qu” >

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