9th, September, 2011

Indigo Adventure

I have exciting news! We’ve just set up The Grading Room; a pop up shop where you can purchase exclusive Lost in the Haze Photoshop actions. Barnaby truly is the ultimate colour expert, and I was so glad that he was willing to share! Photoshop actions are ridiculously easy to use; you just apply them over your photographs. I am so excited to share a selection of my favourite actions with you, though there are many more in store! Click on the photographs to visit the shop! (You can also view before and after shots!)

Fields of Daffodils

This action focuses on bringing out a beautiful 1970s-esque yellow luminosity. It truly is instant happiness, and can produces wonderful buttercup tones. Fields of Daffodils has a vintage film look, and makes any photograph look like blissful summer!

Midnight Moss

Midnight Moss is all about the green and brown shades! It is ideal for achieving forest tones, making you feel like a woodland elf! It makes the black tones extra dark, which completely sucks you into the photograph.

Fern River

Fern River is the ultimate whimsical Photoshop action. It helps to create an ethereal look to your photograph, by bringing out faded red and purple shades. It is reminiscent of vintage camera film, but without the developing time!

Deep Purple

Deep Purple is my absolute favourite action of them all! It focuses on the different shades of brown, mauve, and purple. It de-saturates the photographs, giving them a very ‘woodland’ feel, while still producing wonderfully dark shadows.

I wore a 1980s shirt which is covered in tiny embroidered zebras! The harmonica necklace I wore was courtesy of the lovely Wallpaper Rose. You can use the code LOSTINTHEHAZE to receive 10% off your jewelry order – thanks Louise!

39 Comments on “The Grading Room: Photoshop Actions”

  1. Beautiful photos. My favorite tones are the Field of Daffodils and Fern River. If only I had Photoshop!

  2. Gorgeous photos! I especially love the Fern River action, it really does look out of this world. Also, your hair is -beautiful- !!

    Have a wonderful weekend :)

  3. This is so awesome. I’ve never used Photoshop actions before, but I’m love how bloggers share them with other readers/bloggers. Thanks!

  4. These are beautiful. Alas I can’t afford photoshop so no actions for me (I haven’t the guts to d/l illegally!) but I just wanted to say how much I love all your photos and the beautiful colours you add.

  5. Fantastic tips, thank you! And I love Wallpaper Rose, I bought her delicious Golden Snitch necklace, it’s one of the best things I own :)

    Thank you so much for you lovely comment at Hello, Sweetie, you made my day!

  6. wow, your blog/photos are gorgeous! i’m glad you left me a comment because i’ve had fun browsing your pages…you are so pretty! & i love your style. I’ll definitely be back to read. :)

  7. These are beautiful. I especially love Midnight Moss. It’s great that they add some subtle colour without being over powering or over exposing the picture! <3

  8. I used to spend HOURS colouring my photos, until I discovered the world of actions <3 they truly are lifesavers! Thanks for sharing :)

  9. Great outfit…!!Love all the pics..Red lipstick suits u great..:D



    Don’t bother to pass by anytime..:)

  10. i am clueless when it comes to photoshop.
    flickr and i are bff’s.. 😛
    beautiful pictures as always Jo.
    that first one of you is beautiful.

  11. Such wonderful photos and so great that you are sharing the photo shop actions. I love it when bloggers do that! You look lovely in these photos :)

  12. Wow these are great! Photoshop Actions = fashion blogger heaven. I can waste so much time trying every different color possibility… it’s great! :)

  13. I’m kind of late in the game commenting on this post, but I couldn’t help myself! These photos are great and you look *stunning*. I absolutely love your outfit here! A chambray shirt and red lips has got to be one of my favorite combinations ever :) love! kristin


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