Amazing Shadow Recovery

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Photographing in low light? Use ON1 Photo RAW’s amazing shadow recovery to reveal the color and detail in the dark, shadowy areas of your photos.

Watch as I recover the splendor of the Grand Canyon with the Develop module, and add a little style in Effects.

14 comments on “Amazing Shadow Recovery”

  1. On March 27, 2018 at 4:54 pm Sandra Chung wrote:

    Wow, thanks for this. I have some sunrise photos that I have been getting frustrated with processing. I will be definitely revisiting them with what I’ve learned from this video!

  2. On April 5, 2018 at 1:24 am ken chegwidden wrote:

    Great stuff, Enjoyed using your suggestions on a very dark early morning sunrise photo which wasn’t redeemable I thought. Very surprised with results

    1. On April 5, 2018 at 7:45 am Scott Davenport replied:

      Our cameras capture a lot of data and ON1 can really pull out those details. Have fun, Ken!

  3. On April 5, 2018 at 3:17 am Bill Hercus wrote:

    Slightly tangential comment Scott but would appreciate some guidance. Windows 10, 16GB RAM and 8 core 4000Mb CPU computer running well, 2GB video card updated drivers.
    Your transition between modules is very fast. Particularly moving to Layers can take literally minutes for me. Is this speed ‘modified’ for speed of presentation or a ‘genuine speed’.
    BTW, good instruction yet again!

    1. On April 5, 2018 at 7:47 am Scott Davenport replied:

      Hi Bill…. transitioning between Develop and Effects is instantaneous for me. Moving into Layers takes just a few seconds, most of that (I’m guessing) is the creating of the PSD file. Once you move to Layers, you aren’t working on the RAW file anymore. Several minutes isn’t a typical experience. You might check the speed of the disks you’re using. As another image file is created first, perhaps that’s where the slowdown is. ON1 tech support should be able to help you further.

  4. On April 5, 2018 at 1:19 pm Duane Denson wrote:

    Great Video. Great Ideas with the masking bug “copy/paste” technique.

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