TKActions V6 panel for Photoshop CC

2 years 3 months ago #615599 by Prago
Anyone happen to know what the learning curve looks like for TKActions V6 panel that looks like it sits within Photoshop on the right side? 

Does that toggle in and out as needed?  

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2 years 3 months ago #615888 by Sawyer
Interesting


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2 years 3 months ago #615913 by Finn
Interesting, never seen that one before.  Watching that video, it looks like that whole control panel gives you some very nice advanced functions.  


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2 years 3 months ago #615939 by Mike Ayrouth
Interesting, so this looks like something that would supercharge post processing?

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2 years 3 months ago #616067 by garyrhook

Mike Ayrouth wrote: Interesting, so this looks like something that would supercharge post processing?


That's entirely up to you and your workflow. I had the TK panel that builds luminosity masks, which is convenient, but I've not tried anything else.

There are a number of panels out there (Raya, Palette Effects, etc) which all do interesting things. Research them.

Yes, they all pop out and back, just like every other PS panel.


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2 years 3 months ago #616216 by Fess Walker

garyrhook wrote:

Mike Ayrouth wrote: Interesting, so this looks like something that would supercharge post processing?


That's entirely up to you and your workflow. I had the TK panel that builds luminosity masks, which is convenient, but I've not tried anything else.

There are a number of panels out there (Raya, Palette Effects, etc) which all do interesting things. Research them.

Yes, they all pop out and back, just like every other PS panel.



Hey Gary, have you tried or are you using any of those other panels?


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2 years 3 months ago #616223 by garyrhook

Fess Walker wrote:

garyrhook wrote:

Mike Ayrouth wrote: Interesting, so this looks like something that would supercharge post processing?


That's entirely up to you and your workflow. I had the TK panel that builds luminosity masks, which is convenient, but I've not tried anything else.

There are a number of panels out there (Raya, Palette Effects, etc) which all do interesting things. Research them.

Yes, they all pop out and back, just like every other PS panel.



Hey Gary, have you tried or are you using any of those other panels?


I've not made the investment, but I continue to consider them. Right now I'm not trying to generate enough work to make it worthwhile, and I have a list of tools that aren't getting used now, so I am in catch-up mode.

I would look seriously at Raya Pro if I were an intermediate editor. I think Palette Effects needs a more expansive grounding in editing first, but Blake's stuff is very good. He knows what he's doing.


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2 years 3 months ago #616281 by Dana Leeson
So basically these two are the same?



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2 years 2 weeks ago #630914 by Pete Franko
My neighbor uses TKActions for a number of years.  :thumbsup:


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2 years 4 days ago #632595 by Sassy Girl
@Prago or anyone, can you comment on how easy or difficult is this to pick up and use?  Is the easy of use anything like Luminar or Topaz?


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2 years 4 days ago #632636 by garyrhook
Apples an oranges. Suggest you go read up on luminosity masks.

The original, and definitive, tutorial is by Tony Kuyper:

www.goodlight.us/writing/luminositymasks/luminositymasks-1.html

Once you understand what that is, you'll have a better idea of what TK action will do for you.


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