More often than not, travel photography is amazing. On the overwhelming majority of the trips I’ve taken, I come back with hundreds (sometimes thousands) of photos with portfolio shots that I can pull out when needed for years to come. This trip to Oregon I took late last month did not fit into that category!
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Register now for an exclusive ON1 Plus presentation featuring the all-new ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 (coming in June). Plus coach Hudson Henry will highlight all the new features and improvements coming in the next major release. During the event, there will be start to finish workflows, tips, and tricks and taking questions from the audience along the way.
Now available! High Dynamic Range Photography by Hudson Henry.
ON1 Plus community: enjoy this new ON1 Plus course by Coach Hudson Henry (a $39.99 value) for FREE with your ON1 Plus membership. This course is dedicated to the art of high dynamic range photography and the ON1 HDR module. It is a fully comprehensive video course which includes 11 video lessons and sample files to follow along. Coach Hudson Henry covers all aspects of capturing high dynamic range photography: what, when, and how. This video course brings it all together from in the field considerations to post-processing techniques with ON1 Photo RAW.
I’m on a constant, ongoing mission to whittle my gear down to the bare minimum of what I need to effectively do my job out in the field. There’s a fine line though, and sometimes you don’t know you’ve crossed it until you’re out in the field looking for a piece of gear you left at home! On the flipside, I’ve picked students up on workshops (men too, not just women) who have two full-size suitcases, a mid-sized suitcase, three rolling camera bags, a backpack, and a laptop bag; and all of that for a 5-day workshop. For some, that may just be how they prefer to travel. But for me, the thought of having that much gear and luggage on a trip is a nightmare.
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Today, we announce the new ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5, a significant update to Photo RAW 2018. Version 2018.5 will include a massive boost in overall performance, fixes for user reported issues and new key features such as LUTs and camera profiles.
“We’re incredibly excited to unveil the new features in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 over the next several weeks. We plan on showcasing the new features and improvements through weekly videos leading up to the June release,” says ON1 President, Craig Keudell.
View the upcoming features in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 Exposed.
Hey Everyone! We’re excited to announce a new navigational menu for the ON1 Plus websites. If you haven’t noticed yet, we’ve added a fancy blue navigational bar to the top of every Plus webpage.
Hey everyone! The response to my last video (watch it here if you haven’t already) has been incredible. Thank you so much for all the comments, stories shared, and extra tips. Great to know there are so many other “weird” people out there :-)
It goes without saying that if you want to be a travel photographer, you’re going to have to travel every now and again. In this video, I touch on my strategy for planning trips ahead of time and making sure they’re paid off before the plane takes off.
Hi, everyone – I really enjoyed joining the ON1 Plus community this month for our Casual Portraits topic! I hope that this month included a good mix of topics, from lighting to technical settings to interaction to shooting fast-moving subject to posing – and, consistently, the impact of focusing on genuine expression.
Hello Everyone! Thank you to those that uploaded a photo to be critiqued this month. The individual photo critique videos are posted below.
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Whether you are photographing your friend’s kids, your own children, your grandchildren, your niece or nephew (or just some adorable little humans you met about five seconds ago), here are a few suggestions that can help you to shoot portraits you love, no matter what the circumstance. Every tip shared below is visually demonstrated in the video clip shared here.
This video has some tips I want to share after observing my workshop students both in the field and editing. I start with some tips for approaching and composing a scene, point out some color editing you should do selectively instead of globally in Develop, discuss when to bracket for HDR, and finally talk about strategies for photographing cloudless landscape scenes.
Shooting Casual Portraits in and around The Home
This week is focused on photographing fast-moving subjects! There are few things that will help you photograph fast-moving subjects better than working with the correct shutter speed, so here’s a quick overview – or review! – on shutter speed. In my experience, the better you know the ins and outs of each aspect of exposure, the better your images will match that picture you have in your head when you take your shot.