Pro Dispersion – PS Action

Pro Dispersion - PS Action

Pro Dispersion Photoshop Action

This action will break apart pieces of your photo and shoot them into a direction of your choice. Do not spend lots of time trying to create this effect manually, get it done in seconds with only a few clicks.

You simply brush in the areas that you want to disperse and play the action! You can choose from Up, Down, Left or Right directions to shoot the broken pieces off into. Creating such an advanced effect has never been this simple and fun.

Every time you run the action you will get a unique result, even if you use the same brushed area! You can make UNLIMITED number of results! dispersion will always have different form

After action processing is finished, you got full layer control. You can remove the parts that you don’t like, you can transform, scale, rotate, blur or duplicate layers and create more parts. You can even duplicate the whole parts folder, and then move the folder around, transform it, scale it… 10 color options and 10 border are also created by the action.

Included

– ATN File – Read Me File (video tutorial link available in ReadMe file)

The action is tested and working in Photoshop (English versions) CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, CC.

The action is only working in English versions of Photoshop.

If you are using another language, you can easy change it to English in this way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJAiu5W2gLE After you play the action, you can change it back to your native language.

If you got any questions, please contact me via my Envato profile page.

For Best Results

For the best results, it is recommended to use photos that are 300 dpi resolution, and at least 2500 pixels width/height.

Photo Credit goes to http://www.500px.com

Combine actions

If you have more than one my action, you can combine the effects an build even more advanced designs. Below there are over 10 actions to choose from. How do I combine actions ?

1) Run the first action on your photo.

2) When you finish with customizing the design, save your image.

3) Now re-open your image and run another action!

You can then use the 2nd actions layer flexibility to further customize the design. In this way you can build incredibly detailed, advanced designs with no work at all.