I’m incredibly excited to bring you this new weekly series. I plan to provide you with these tips and tricks for ON1 Photo RAW in both video and written articles. The content for these ON1 Photo RAW tips and tricks will be from the requests I see in the ON1 Facebook Group, help requests submitted to our support team, through my own experience using the software, or some of the hidden secrets in ON1 Photo RAW. I hope you learn something new and valuable each week!
Today, I’m going to show you how to easily modify tonal ranges in your photos using the Tone Curve. The Tone Curve is the perfect tool for adjusting shadows, highlights, and midtones when editing your photos. I feel it’s a must-have tool for photographers looking to take their photo editing to the next level. I show you the basics of the Tone Curve and how to quickly make tonal adjustments. By using different points, you can adjust specific tones, allowing you to have complete control of the overall tone of your photo. Once you have set your overall tone, you can also use the Tone Curve to remove or reveal red, green, and blue in your photo to create unique split toned looks.
If you have ideas or requests for tips and tricks or if there is something you want to learn more about in ON1 Photo RAW, please feel free to leave your requests in the comments. I will do my best to deliver.