A common problem that photographers who work in groups have is the ability for one person to edit a raw photo on a network drive, and another person to see those edits even if they’re at a different computer. The good news is that with ON1 Photo Raw, multiple computers can look at a network drive, and those computers can see the edits that the other is doing. Below is an segment from the Master Courses that I’m doing that demonstrates this on computers that are on opposite sides of the country, but both looking at the same network drive.
See how I edited this photo start-to-finish using ON1 Photo RAW 2017. I’ll start in Develop to adjust certain settings, uses local adjustments (because I love them), and then I jump into Effects to finish off and style this photo.
The overwhelming majority of questions I’ve been getting recently are around my workflow, and how I’ll continue to use ON1 as an extension to Lightroom and Photoshop. If you’re going all-in to ON1, there will, of course, be a ton of training for you to use it as a stand-alone. But I also think it’s important to know that they have a ton of Lightroom fans, that also like, ON1 – And that they didn’t leave us behind. In fact, our workflow remains pretty much intact, with a tiny change that you’ll see in this video.
Matt will have 4 Photo RAW Master Courses available December 19th. Here is just a taste of what those courses will include.
(This Video is Open to the Public) I’ve seen a bunch of questions about how ON1 Browse works, and it seems that a lot of folks think it works similar to Lightroom’s Catalog. Well, it’s really quite a bit different and easier to work with in some ways, so I thought I’d do a quick video to explain how some organizing systems work, and how that differs from the way Browse works. Enjoy!