Tis the season, and I hope everyone is enjoying it with family. We are doing a another Your Photo Our Look this month and need your RAW files! It’s easy to submit. Simply send us a link for your raw file using a cloud storage service of your choice such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Apple iCloud, etc.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Here’s another tip video I’m sharing with the Plus community. In this video, I’m going to have you rethink how you use your tripod to compose in the field and then I’ll show you one of my favorite new tools that takes almost no space in my camera bag. My goal for these tip videos is to help you keep a structured workflow in mind, both in the field capturing images, as well as later in your editing work.
This is the first in a series of tips videos I’m sharing with the Plus community. My goal for these videos is to help you keep a structured workflow in mind both in the field capturing images as well as and later in your editing work. In this first video, I’m going to walk you through my initial processing workflow in Photo RAW 2018 while sharing a few tips and thoughts about what order to use the powerful tools this software has to offer.
Follow along with ON1 Plus Head Coach Hudson Henry as he shows how to use ON1 HDR included with ON1 Photo RAW 2018. He walks you through how he approaches a scene with high contrast. He uses several adjustments in the HDR module and then finishes off the photo in ON1 Effects.
Back by popular demand, here’s the first Your Photo. Our Look video using the all new Photo Raw 2018. We asked the On1 Plus community to send us their images to edit as if they were ours. It wasn’t easy to choose from all the amazing images, but these three caught my eye and I had a blast using Photo Raw 2018 exclusively to do the work.
Send us your RAW files!
We’re creating a new Your Photo Our Look video this month and we’d love to consider one of your images to edit. It’s easy to submit. Simply send us a link to your RAW file on your cloud storage service of choice like Dropbox, Google Drive, Apple iCloud, or any other. We’ll be collecting them from the Plus community.
The address to send those links is:
Let’s see your absolute best image of this past summer! — Wait a second, no we haven’t forgotten our friends in the Southern Hemisphere. Just put “your summer is our winter” in the submission description. My friends at Blackrapid have offered to provide the overall winner with a Sport Breathe strap as well as Cross Shot Breathe straps for the second and third place winners. First place will also receive $150 in cash, while second gets $100. Laurie Excell and I will select the winning images as well as some runners up to showcase in a Long Exposure Challenge video at month’s end. Below are the rules, how to enter and some tips on what we are looking for from both of us.
We asked you in the Plus community to choose a reverse photo challenge mission for Blake and I this month and we were blown away by how many great suggestions you came back with. Again and again we heard a couple of themes pop up. Lots of you wanted to see us work with a limited number of frames. Still another group wanted us to focus on street or city photography. Blake and I got together and decided to combine these two great ideas into the City & Street in 24 Frames Reverse Photo Challenge.
Happy August everyone! Blake is our guest coach this month and he has graciously agreed to take on a reverse photo challenge with me. What is a reverse photo challenge? Well, most months we coaches set a photographic challenge for you guys to submit images on a specific theme. In a reverse challenge we turn that on its head and you get to send us on an assignment instead. That’s right, you as a community can challenge us to accomplish some photographic mission and we will each go out and tackle it while creating videos about the process and results. This is the call for you to submit those ideas for the challenge. Anything goes within the realm of the reasonable. Below are a few simple ground rules:
Let’s see your absolute best long exposure image. My friends at Hoya have been kind enough to sponsor this challenge by providing Solas 3.0 (10-stop) infra-red-neutral-density filters to the first, second, and third place winners. First place will also receive $150 in cash, while second gets $100. Matt and I will select the winning images as well as some runners up to showcase in a Long Exposure Challenge video we will produce at the end of the month. Below are the rules, how to enter and some tips on working with long exposures from both Matt and me.