The actions in TLR Color Compensating Filters replicate the CC correction filters used by photographers for many years in the color darkroom. Sometimes called a filter pack, CC filters were used between the enlarger lens and the photographic paper.
The filter effects in this action set are precisely measured. They are designed for specific RGB Workspaces. You will find separate sets of actions for Adobe RGB, sRGB, ColorMatchRGB, and ProPhotoRGB. If you want to use these filter effects with other RGB Workingspaces, be careful to keep the gamma consistent.
You can combine CC corrections by applying the actions as a sequence of layers. Each action creates a separate Photoshop adjustment layer.
There are 18 different actions for each RGB Workspace in TLR Color Compensating Filters. Three different strengths (.075, .15, and .30) for six different colors (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow).
All work is done non-destructively with layers. Adjustment layers are used to reduce resources. Each layer adds only a few hundred bytes to your image.