Matt and I are really excited to see the images you guys choose to submit for this challenge. Matt knocked it out of the park with his introduction of the challenge yesterday, so I’ll just add this video that gives you some guidance and visual examples of what we are looking for in the images you submit for this challenge.
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There’s probably going to come a time where you want to put some great looking, professional and beautiful text on to your photos. After all, if you’re going to add text to a nice photo, why ruin it with yucky looking type. So I thought I’d round up 3 ways that I’ve used that work really well. Now, in full disclosure, when I really need to add type to an image I use Photoshop. That said, my typography skills aren’t where they need to be, so it never really looks that good.
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If you’ve watched any of my videos you know I’m a sucker for the “Big Softy” Vignette filter in Effects. But if I’m spending a little more time with my photo, and I know I’m going to do some layered based editing to it, I also have another trick for adding vignettes that tends to look a bit more natural. With a duplicate layer, and a quick blend mode change, it’s actually pretty simple and fast to do. Enjoy!
I visited ON1 HQ last week and got a demo of the much anticipated Photo RAW with Dan Harlacher. First off, yes it is really fast, cool, and revolutionary. I wanted to highlight four things I am most excited about.
Last week I saw a few questions about adding and searching with keywords in Browse. Coming off the video I did on the Favorites/Watched section in Browse, I thought this video on keywords was a great follow up. If you have a complicated photo library (I don’t), then keywords can definitely help you find/organize your photos at a deeper level, and a lot of people use them (I personally don’t). But there’s a trick in Browse to making keywords work a little better and it actually involves that same Favorites/Watched panel that we looked at last week. Enjoy!
The Favorites/Watched area in Browse is a pretty powerful little section of the app that goes unused by a lot of folks out there. I thought I’d do a quick video that shows you how it’s different, and a little behind the scenes of how it really works and when it’s best to use it. Enjoy!
Hi everyone! Thanks again everyone that submitted a mobile photo for this contest. There were so many amazing photos, but only three people could win. Watch this video to find out who Matt and Hudson awarded the prizes. Congratulations to the three winners!
In just about any software app out there, you’ll find there’s different ways to do things. Everyone has a specific workflow and way of doing things that works for them. ON1 apps are no different. In Effects for example, there’s various ways to add filters and I’ve noticed over time that everyone gravitates toward one side of the screen or another when doing it. So I figured I’d do a quick video showing you some of the different ways, and hopefully open up a few little tips and tricks for you. Enjoy!
Hi everyone! We know you’re all excited get your hands on the new ON1 Photo RAW app we’ve been busy building for you. Our developers are working very hard and things are coming together nicely.
I always see a lot of questions about moving from Photoshop to ON1 and when it’ll automatically create a new layer. So here’s a quick video that goes over some of the options you have, as well as a quick shortcut if you ever need a new layer, even after you’ve returned from ON1. Enjoy!
Thanks so much for checking out our videos during Mobile Week last week. One of the questions I saw a lot was from people asking me about the iPhone tripod/clamp that I use. Rather than just put links, I figured I’d do a quick video to show you both of the tools I use, and you could see them in action. Enjoy!
The final of our three-part video series on sensor dust. Here is Part 3 on wet cleaning a digital sensor. Enjoy! Note: A list of links to the products I use are below…
ON1 Photo Via is a great way to keep your ON1 Browse Favorites and Albums synced up with your phone and tablets. It’s all built right in to ON1 and all you need is to download the Photo Via app in the iOS store (yes, it’s iOS only right now). Anyway, here’s a quick video to get you going and show you what it’s all about. Enjoy!
Whether you use Android, IOS, Mac or PC you can backup and edit your mobile images on the fly and for free using Dropbox and Snapseed. In this video I’ll showcase how I easily edit and automatically backup my mobile images and video to access in ON1 Browse or Lightroom on any computer I use.