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Alright everyone it’s time for another round of edits of your photos! Once again, thank you everyone that submitted a photo for me to edit. I hope you enjoy this video, leave a comment below if you have any questions.
I’m just back from teaching a really fun Death Valley workshop. In this video I showcase some of the images we created there and delve into how we approached composing and capturing them.
Think of this as approaching a desert scene with a bunch of field and editing trips and tricks rolled into a Death Valley slideshow.
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Hi Everyone! Let’s dive in and begin editing the photos you submitted last week. Thank you, everyone that sent in their pictures, I hope you enjoy my edits ;-).
Hi everyone! I received so many photos from you all one thing that was consistent with all of them was to crop. I decided to make a special crop edition video for you since this was such a reoccurring part of each edit. Enjoy this video, if you have any questions or comments leave them below. Thanks!
Hi everyone! Glad to be back here at ON1 Plus. This month we’re going to do something a little different. It’s going to be a full month of Photo Makeovers. This video describes it in more detail about what I’m looking for and what to expect, as well as what types of photos to upload.
Join Dan Harlacher for an exclusive ON1 Plus live event covering everything new in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1. Dan will take a deeper dive into what’s going on behind the scenes. Bring all your technical questions and hear them answered live.
It has truly been an honor to serve as your Guest Coach this past month. I am thankful beyond words to be a part of the ON1 community, where I am surrounded and encouraged by so many who find their passion in the art of photography. Thank you so very much for having me!
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the new ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1, the first major free update to Photo RAW 2018. Version 2018.1 isn’t just about the new features, although there are many powerful new additions. We’ve been very focused on image quality and the results customers get from using ON1 Photo RAW. Image quality and performance are the top priorities in every update, and we are very excited for our customers to experience these improvements for themselves in this update.
Hello Everyone! Thank you to those that uploaded a photo to be critiqued this month. The individual photo critique videos are posted below.
Now that we understand the grids, let’s talk about how to use them while processing a photograph. First, we’ll take a look at how to import them into Photo RAW. Then I’ll show you how to set up the lighting in your photo so it works with the grid. After that, we’ll walk through a photo in Photo RAW from start to finish. See you on the inside!
I frequently see images where contrast, detail and clarity are applied image-wide and negatively impact soft elements, out of focus details and portrait subjects. In this video I’ll showcase how to use the non-destructive tools in Photo RAW to avoid doing this in your edits and to correct previously edited images.
Often when I first open a raw photo I know that I’ll want to edit one part of it differently than another. Photo RAW’s non-destructive, masked workflow makes this easier than ever. A trick I often employ is starting by creating a mask before I do even the most basic of raw processing. By initially adjusting Develop’s basic tone sliders to unusual extremes, I can simplify creating a very useful mask to use later in the editing process. In this video, I’ll walk you through my process.
Hello ON1 Plus community and greetings from Chicago! Can we talk? Like many of you many of you, I was frustrated by the idea of composition for a long time. No matter how much I read or how deep I looked, I could never get an adequate explanation of how to do it right. “Place your subject off center and use leading lines” was about as deep as it went.