Photoshop Actions Review | MCP Fusion

Recently, Jodi from MCP Actions invited me to try out her new line of Photoshop Actions, MCP Fusion, which were just released this week.

Trying out new Photoshop actions?  Always a fun thing to do!  🙂

Her new set of actions is absolutely packed full of all kinds of color actions, B&W actions, exposure-adjusting actions, special effect enhancers, and contrast and sharpening actions.  56 powerful Photoshop (and Photoshop Elements) actions in all!

Photoshop Actions - Photoshop Elements Actions - MCP - The Arthur Clan

Edited using my personal basic workflow and then finished with Slumber Party from MCP Fusion.


For me, the pros to this set are:

• Having one set that covers many things that I typically do to my photos while editing

• Having limitless possibilities (by combining 56 Photoshop actions in different combinations)

• Many of the actions have a look that fits in well with my own personal style of editing

Photoshop Actions - Photoshop Elements - MCP - The Arthur Clan

Edited using my personal basic workflow and then finished with Slumber Party from MCP Fusion.


The cons to this set:

• I think the price would be the only con of this product.  It is one of the most expensive sets I’ve ever seen but, in all fairness, it does contain just about the most actions and combinations that I’ve seen as well.  If I were just starting out in Photoshop (or Photoshop Elements) and didn’t own that many action sets, MCP Fusion would be very attractive to me because it contains so many useful components in one package.

Photoshop Actions - Photoshop Elements - MCP - The Arthur Clan

Edited using only Beach House from MCP Fusion.


If you have a moment, stop by I Heart Faces to read our review of this set or MCP Actions to learn even more. Jodi has done a fabulous job of creating a beautiful set of actions that will help photographers enhance their photos in many beautiful and unique ways!


{Disclosure:  I Heart Faces is a member of the MCP Actions affiliate program.  Amy and I were both given MCP Fusion to play with and were asked to write an honest review of this new product.  The opinion written in this post is my own.}