FOTO Rx before and after fringe soap besotted blog

fringe soap before

Most individuals that have a lifestyle blog know the angst of color casts/shifts when shooting products + vignettes, it is the bane of my blogging existence (that and time of course). I lift my fist to the ceiling and grunt in exasperation when I pull a photo into Photoshop and see I have missed the mark. It’s truly difficult not to have some sort of color shift or light discrepancy when you are shooting in natural light. Also, as a blogger, this may not be your ‘job’ and you need to work within your time parameters and the light may not be on your side. What to do? Well, you need some Foto Rx actions of course! The above shot is technically ‘correct’ with the exposure and a custom white balance, but as you’ll see below, some small tweaks take it from ‘blah’ to ‘aha!’. We can’t wait to get these into your hands!

Fringesoap after fotorx magic pill

One click folks, one click and already this photo is looking better.

Fringe soap foto rx magic pill + slight light

I could probably stop here and be happy with my photo, but it’s so easy to just click and see how much better I can get this photo.


I pulled some of the blue cast out and was starting to do my happy dance. Again, these are super fast clicks, I edited this within seconds!

Fringesoap_finito foto rx

And that my friends is our super fast, super easy Foto Rx actions in well, action. If you have any questions let us know!



    1. Lauren, we are hoping a couple weeks max, we are just working on the instructional pdf so there’s a reference available for you!

  1. Love this! That is such a common problem and your fix works beautifully! I just need to invest in Photoshop now. I’ve only been using free programs similar to Lightroom or Picasa, and it’s just not the same. Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. Brianne I just started using the Creative Cloud for photographers it’s a $10/mo. subscription and you get BOTH Lightroom & Photoshop. I SO wish they had this when I first started because I spent thousands on the suite when I first started out and it took me THREE years before I even figured out how to work the programs (that was when there was basically no internet to help. lol).

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