Use the Menu on the left to see some Photoshop Actions, you could download, and some notes on the programs I use.
If you are moderately serious about post-processing, then the Lab Colour Space pages are a must.
I also find the following programs useful additions...
But by far the most impressive and
useful additional program is NeatImage, closely followed by FocusMagic.
But by far the most impressive and useful additional program is NeatImage, closely followed by FocusMagic.
I have written a little Colour Watcher program (called ColourWatcher!) to watch or monitor how the colours change when I make adjustments in Photoshop, it proved useful to be more aware of the channels in different colour spaces. It monitors the colours under the mouse and graphically displays them in the 4 different colour spaces. Colours are monitored or sampled all the time just like the info palette in Photoshop, except that it is not necessary to have an image selected to sample the colour. However since then I've written a better Watcher, which you will find under the Lab Colour Space page.