TLR Edge Effects is a collection of Photoshop actions for adding popular edge effects to your photographic images.
Adding an edge effect begins by invoking one of the "Create Framed Edge" or "Create Unframed Edge" actions from the actions menu. Use one of the "Create Framed Edge" actions to add an optional black "Frame" layer for added visual impact.
Want to experiment with the B&W infrared look but don't own a digital camera compatible with infrared photography? You're not alone. Expensive DSLRs and digicams have a powerful IR blocking filter to reduce moiré artifacts. In many cases, this filter is so powerful, IR photography is impossible or impractical.
I wrote a recent blog entry on simulating digital film grain. This action set builds on that discussion.
There are six actions in the TLR Film Grain Effects action set, organized into two groups: actions intended for RGB color photos and actions intended for Grayscale B&W photos (but which are also compatible with RGB, CMYK, and L*a*b images).
The TLR Image Resizer is an action set for adjusting the size of your digital images. The action set is based on a technique known to advanced Photoshop users. If you increase the size of an image in small increments, the artifacts are reduced, making it possible, in many cases, to enlarge digital images to poster size and still have a sharp image.
TLR Landscape Sharpener is the latest creative sharpener from The Light's Right!
This is no simple sharpening action that creates a layer and applies USM sharpening. This is a sophisticated sharpening tool for Photoshop CS3/CS4 that combines three sharpening effects in one Smart Filter layer to target lighter and darker pixels separately and then add a contrast boost to reduce the effects of haze, UV, etc.
TLR Photographic Filters is a collection of actions for simulating the effects of a large number of popular photographic filters.
The actions in TLR Photographic Effects include a number of simulated filters from the Cokin Creative Filter System. These include the numbers assigned by Cokin as a convenient reference. Others that are unique to this collection are assigned TLR.