Easily fix dark and underexposed images inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Using the Develop tab you can quickly pull out darker detail using the shadow and exposure sliders. Don’t forget to incorporate detail and contrast when you pull up on shadows because it will more often than not leave your image looking flat. To deal with noise and sharpening, head into the Effects tab and add a Noise Reduction and Sharpening filter.
Learn how to stay organized using folders and albums. Being able to drag and drop folders and subfolders is a quick way to move photos around. Using Cataloged Folders will allow you to browse through and manage your photos much faster. Albums are great for basic photo albums so you can access instantly. Creating Smart Albums will help you search through all your cataloged folders to find images based on your own specific criteria.
Join Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki as he shows some of the amazing features using Effects inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019.
Learn how to add filters creatively using luminosity masks. Luminosity masks are a great way to target bright or dark areas in your photo. Take your photo to creative new heights using this masking technique. You can also copy and paste your luminosity mask onto other filters for a fast, fun way to edit.
ON1 Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki is back to show you how to spread some Holiday cheer with some compositing inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. He will show how to create holiday cards and graphics.
Hey Everyone! I am very excited to bring you a new video training project I’ve been producing for customers. They are called Recipes! These short videos will showcase the streamlined workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. I will be posting three new recipes each week leading up to the release of ON1 Photo RAW 2019.
Lighting is one of the essential elements of photography. It will make or break a photo. Whether it’s natural light or artificial lighting, as photographers, we are continually chasing great lighting for our next images. The good thing is that it is all around us whether it’s coming from the sun or light bulbs in your house. Our job is to take that light and apply it in interesting ways to highlight our subjects. From people to mountains to food, everything looks better with a little light.
Capturing and editing Real Estate Photography is a great skill to have as a photographer. It’s a fun way to open your eyes up to new subjects and compositions. Photographing real estate is also a smooth transition into shooting architecture and buildings. I want to share my five tips that will help you capture and edit your real estate photos.
Hey everybody! I’m very excited to introduce myself to you, my name is Dylan Kotecki and I’m the new in-house Content Creator at ON1. I’ve been making weekly videos, I hope you have had a chance to check them out.
There’s a particular art to maximizing the potential of a photo when you’re editing. Some people like to go to great lengths to process their photos while others stick with more simple editing styles. With anything today, there are great edits, and there are not so great edits. I want to give you my list of 5 things you should avoid when editing your next photos.