The new film strip view in Photo RAW allows you to easily edit multiple photos at once. You can also fine tune each photo individually without having to jump back and forth between Effects, Develop, and Browse.
I always show people how I shoot bracketed photos so that I’m covered when I get back to the computer. A popular question that follows up (and I’ve been asked a few times here on Plus), is what do I do with those brackets and how do I pick the best photo. Well, here’s a quick tip in both ON1 and Lightroom that’ll help out.
ON1 Photo RAW 2017 isn’t just for raw photos. It can also be used as a plug-in for both Lightroom and Photoshop. The speed is through the roof! I wanted to do a quick video on how I style my photos using both Lightroom and ON1 Photo RAW 2017.
As you get ready for ON1 Photo Raw, and start to think about organizing a little more in ON1 Browse, Albums are sure to come up as a topic. So, in this video, I thought I’d talk about 2 ways that albums can help out vs. a traditional folder-based organizational system.
Since we’re still in the midst of the Lighting challenge, I thought I’d give you a few tips on editing photos where the light didn’t cooperate. Keep in mind, the lighting challenge is really about you finding good light, and not necessarily editing the photo to make it good. But in the future, hopefully these tips come in handy.