One of the best new features in ON1 Photo RAW is the new local adjustment brushes. The local adjustment brush works just like the masking brush and has the same Perfect Brush option to turn on to detect edges. It also allows you to selectively apply your adjustments and the ability to adjust the settings after the brushing is done.
Category: ON1 Photo RAW Sweepstakes
Whitney (my wife) was kind enough to record this video for me. Thanks honey! :)
I want to talk about ON1 Photo RAW and how you don’t have to import your photos to work on them. What does that mean? What do we lose? When we first talked about the fast browsing capabilities in ON1 Photo RAW some users first thought there was no database (think catalog), which meant limited searching and file management capabilities. That’s not correct, so I’ll do my best to clear that part up.
ON1 Photo RAW allows for a much smoother and natural editing experience when adding or adjusting filters. In fact, it’s much easier to add and adjust filters in your stack and between modules with new mid stack rendering. Mid stack rendering allows you to make adjustments and see them in real time without turning off effects higher in the stack.
Let’s take a look at a comparison of the processing speed between ON1 Photo 10.5 and the new ON1 Photo RAW – with its new fast module switching and nondestructive workflow. You’ll notice how in ON1 Photo RAW it only took us about 43 seconds – in ON Photo 10.5 it takes twice as long. Everything is faster in ON1 Photo RAW – faster file opening, faster module switching, faster adjustments, and faster file saving.