Category: ON1 Photo RAW Exposed
Get started with ON1 Photo RAW 2018 with this video – Available October 6th. Learn about HDR, Panorama, the new interface, new brushes, and all the new features. A quick look into ON1 Photo RAW 2018 and what you can accomplish with your photos with a few clicks.
Soon you will be able to merge each of your bracketed exposures right in ON1 Photo RAW. The new HDR module is really fast too! So you don’t have to wait forever to see your results like some HDR applications. Check out this latest video to see the exciting new ON1 HDR in action.
If you need to clean up the edges of your masks in Effects we are adding the Blur and Chisel Mask tools. The Chisel Tool is perfect for removing halos that may remain along the edges of your mask. It will remove just a small amount of pixels from the edge. The Blur Tool is perfect for only blurring or feathering the edge of your mask. Softening the edges of your mask will allow for a more natural transition when blending photos together.
You may have noticed the new user interface design in the recent Photo RAW Exposed videos. An updated UI makes for a much cleaner design. You can also choose from a range of accent colors. Probably, the biggest change you’ll notice in the new UI are the sliders.
A new local adjustment feature we’ve been working on is just for noise. This allows you to decrease or increase noise locally which also allows you to selectively control the amount of noise in certrain areas of your photo.
We are working at improving the local adjustment tools in Develop and Effects. One of the new options is the ability to paint with color. This allows you to paint with a solid color or replace the color of an object in the photo.
Create as many ‘versions’ (or virtual copies) of a photo as you need. A version lets you keep different Develop and Effects settings, as well as different retouching, crop settings, and meta data settings on different copies of the photos without actually creating a real copy of the photo.
Merge multiple photos together into a panorama or a matrix. Take a series of multiple photos and easily merge them together to seamlessly create photos with a higher mega pixel count. You’ll love the new sharing options for Facebook too.