May Plus Photo Critiques open

May’s Plus Photo Critiques gallery is now open for submissions. You can submit photos via the uploads page through Sunday, May 17.

This month, there isn’t a theme, but a few people mentioned that they had missed an opportunity to submit for last month’s theme. If you’d like to continue along with the pandemic/isolation/quarantine theme, feel free to do so. Put the hashtag #isolation in the description field, with a little bit about what made you choose this photo.

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ON1 Plus April Recap & Sneak Peek of What’s Ahead

Hi everyone! We’ve been super busy at ON1 prepping our latest offering ON1 360° and of course, Plus will be your leading training resource for this new technology soon. For now, let’s rewind and look at all the training last month with a quick peek of what is ahead this month.

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April 2020 Plus Critiques Recap

Thanks to everyone who submitted photos for our April critiques. For a theme this month, we asked you to come up with photos that addressed your feelings about the lockdowns and isolation related to the current pandemic, and we received some wonderful submissions. In the video, which can be viewed directly above, we chose 30 photos from the group to talk about, to showcase some stellar shots, and to offer constructive criticism on others. (Since we can’t critique every photo, we’ll also comment on some of the others in the gallery in the coming days.)

Here are a few photos from this month that caught our eye, including some of our favorite variations on the theme:

The Bench, by Charles

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ON1 Plus Bookshelf: Do’s and Don’ts of Vignettes

Hi everyone! We have a special, unplanned addition to the ON1 Plus Bookshelf. Do’s and Dont’s of Vignettes by our good friend John Clark was an idea he came up with to help entertain those of you stuck inside during the pandemic. This 15 page guide includes screenshots and before/after images and lots good tips!

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March Plus Recap & What’s Ahead

Hi everyone! I hope you enjoy the video above and I hope we have been a fun distraction. We have lots of cool stuff planned and new releases coming up. Below are the links for the items mentioned in the video.

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March Plus Critiques Recap

We just posted the video for the March Plus Photo Critiques, which you can view by clicking on the thumbnail above. As always, we try to pull a cross section of submitted photos, both to showcase great work and to provide some constructive criticism on photos that are close, but could use some help.

Based on some feedback last month, we decided to critique more photos in March than we normally do. To keep the video from getting too long, you might find that we were a bit quick in our assessment on some photos. Hudson and I will also do our best to comment on a few more images in the gallery over the next week. Please note that we can’t critique every image submitted; we try to balance critiques from month to month, so that we’re not leaving folks out. It’s our belief that the critiques aren’t just about us critiquing your photos, they’re a great way for us all to see what makes up a good photo, and what small things we can do to improve our own photos.

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Taking Advantage of Your Plus Membership

Many of us in the Plus community have been restricted from our regular day-day routine. Not ideal, but on a positive note, this is the perfect time to take advantage of your Plus membership. Here is a quick live tour of the ON1 website and links for education available in the Plus community. 

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Exploring What’s New In 2020.1

Photo RAW 2020.1 is here and there are some fun new things to explore. In this tips and tricks video I’ll showcase some things that new and veteran users alike will enjoy about it. We’ll look at what’s new, what’s different, and how to take full advantage of the software’s new capabilities.

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New ON1 Plus Bookshelf ePublication: Photo Restoration

Hi everyone,

We’ve got another addition to the ON1 Plus Bookshelf, Photo Restoration by Jonny Davenport. How many of us have boxes of old photographs that have seen better days? This guide is meant to be a quick overview of tools and techniques for easily restoring photographs that may have fading, spots, rips surface flaws that have occurred through the years.

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