We’re finally out of winter here in the PNW, and the spring air couldn’t feel better! We hope that wherever you are, you’re staying safe and enjoying your photography! In this post, we’ll talk about the latest exclusives coming to ON1 Plus, as well as our favorite releases from April.
In ON1 Plus’s latest exclusive, the Masking for Landscape Photographers Course, ON1 Guru and photography instructor Austin Jackson takes you on a complete journey through masking in your nature and landscape photography edits.
The April Plus Photo Critiques will open on Tuesday, April 6, and will close no later than the end of the day on Monday, April 12. Plus members may upload a single photo as part of the group critique exercise conducted by Hudson and me.
Our goal is to talk about all submitted photos, and, as such, we will keep the total number of submissions to approximately 40, so that we can give each submitted photo a proper critique.
Spring is here, the rain is dissipating, and the colors are starting to come back to life! As we move into the warmer months of the year, we’re incredibly excited about what lies ahead for ON1 Plus. In this post, we’ll discuss what’s coming soon to ON1 Plus, including new & exclusive training courses, videos, and rewards. We’ll also take a look back on some of our favorite Plus exclusives in March!
Spring is just around the corner! As the season changes, we’re excited to announce new and exclusive training courses, videos, and rewards. Get caught up on all the past exclusives for Plus members and see what’s ahead.
The March Plus Photo Critiques will open on Tuesday morning, March 2, and will remain open for a week, through the end of the business day on Monday, March 8. You can submit a single image for Hudson and Rick to critique via the Photo Critiques upload page. If you’d like to watch the February critiques video, it can be found in the Photo Critiques section of the ON1 Plus Video Library.
Changes to the Critiques process
We’ve made some changes to the critiques over the past six months, and, while we’ve talked about them in the videos and here on the blog, there’s been enough confusion that we wanted to post a detailed note about the current process.