Category: ON1 Layers 10
Creating a collage gives you thousands of options and that makes them so much fun! Watch me show you the basics for creating a collage using ON1 Layers. In this video will learn how to access ON1 Extras, import your own creative elements, and build a collage with them. With ON1 Layers there are endless possibilities and it’s fast and easy to create something wonderful!
Watch ON1 Guru Bob Campbell’s workflow for swapping out the dull sky in this English village scene. Inside ON1 Layers using the Perfect Brush he quickly removes the grey sky and eliminates the fringing or halo left behind with the Refine Brush.
This video covers how to deal with sensor dust in post-production using both ON1 Photo 10 and Lightroom. ON1 Plus Members can watch Part II: Dry Sensor Dust Cleaning and Part III: Wet Sensor Dust Cleaning over at the ON1 Plus website.
Of all the ways you can edit your photos, one of the most powerful and creative has to be blend modes. In fact, blend modes are some of the oldest tools that you would find even in Adobe Photoshop, predating actual layers!
Texture blending in ON1 Layers is a simple yet powerful technique to give your photos an artistic flair. It’s a fun way to experiment and get creative with your photos. Ordinary photos can take on an entirely new look after blending a texture or two.
Being a full-time professional landscape & nature photographer I am almost always dealing with natural light in my photographs unless I am using a camera flash for fill-light on an animal or flower for example.
Watch Doug Landreth of Photomorphis create a rich textural composite using ON1 Photo 10. With the Layers masking tools he is able to replace the sky. Then in Effects watch him stack; Glow, HDR, Color Enhancer, Dynamic Contrast, Vignette & Texturizer filters to create his own unique preset.
Watch me show how easy it is to find, adjust, and apply borders and frames using ON1 Photo 10.5.
Watch me show how to browse and apply textures to your photos using ON1 Photo 10.
You can’t always control everything in a scene, especially when you’re in public places with lots of people. That’s when the Perfect Eraser comes to the rescue – it helps you get rid of unwanted objects and people from your backgrounds to create a beautifully clean finished photo! In this Short Clip video, Liz LePage will walk you through the simplicity of the Perfect Eraser and how easy it is to use.
When doing any type of masking in ON1 Photo 10, I find that I work much more efficiently when I add keyboard shortcuts to my workflow.
Watch ON1 Guru Nicole S. Young use a color fill layer as display preview to make masking easier.
ON1 Guru Nicole S. Young adds a textured paper background to her masked photo using the ON1 Extras. See how easy it is to add different textured paper backgrounds to photos and adjust them using the different blending modes.
Watch ON1 Guru Nicole S. Young knock out a background and replace it with something a bit more interesting in this comprehensive workflow video.