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Speed Up your Photography Workflow with Action Spree Membership

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As a photographer I spend as much time, often more, developing and editing my photos as I do taking them. There are certain elements in my process that help speed up my workflow considerably. Definitely using Adobe Lightroom 5 and Adobe Photoshop has also been essential. And now with Action Spree and their amazing Photoshop actions (Photoshop Creative Cloud, Photoshop CS, Elements) my editing time has been cut by at least 50% using the combination of Lightroom, Photoshop and the actions from Action Spree.

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I often bring my images into Adobe Photoshop directly from Lightroom. Since I began using some of the wonderful tools from Action Spree, I am able to apply a consistent look and feel to my images using the Photoshop actions. You can even use multiple actions to one image thus creating what they call “recipes” to develop a unique look. There’s even a “cook book” with recipe suggestions on their website.

Action Spree offers three types of memberships: monthly, bi-yearly and yearly. Once you are a member you can download any product from the site for free. New actions are added weekly as well as templates, word art and more. For such a reasonable fee no matter what membership level you select, Action Spree is a wonderful option for any photographer.

Since you can cancel your membership at anytime, it makes so much sense to try it out and see immediate results and speed through your editing workflow. Action Spree also provides a wealth of information and tutorials to make the most of everything they offer. Start simplifying your photo editing workflow and you’ll see a fast return on your investment in no time.

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Use code ALLACCESS during sign up to save 50% off all memberships now through May 10th!

Tina Case is a photographer and writer based out of the San Francisco Bay Area. She writes reviews, tips and tricks about photography gear and other consumer technology products.