In version 2017.6 (coming later this month), we’ve added the ability to rotate your photos in Browse, Develop, and Effects. We’ve also added the rotation options directly in Film Strip view. Lastly, the rotate photo options are also available when cropping a photo.
Category: ON1 Photo RAW 2017 Browse
New in 2017.6 (a free update near the end of this month) is the next generation of Indexed Folders. The new Cataloged Folders now caches a fit sized image to allow for much faster browsing. It keeps track of all the photos and all the metadata inside the folder. Instantly view and scroll through photos with the power of a database and the performance of an ultra fast browser.
We have another free update coming near the end of this month for ON1 Photo RAW 2017, version 2017.6. Over the next couple weeks we will be posting the new features in the release here on the blog.
In ON1 Photo 2017.5, we’ve taken what we like the best from compare and survey mode and combined them into one. In the New Compare Mode, you can compare multiple photos (up to 15 at once!) in browse in order to find the best one. It’s perfect for looking at a series of photos to find your best ones. You can even zoom and pan all the photos together at once (or one by one).
New in 2017.5 are the advanced searching options when you need to find your photos. You can now search using a variety of metadata fields and decide if the search must match all or any of the search criteria.
ON1 Effects ships with many amazing textures and borders, but you can also create your own and easily import them. I’ll show you how to import both textures and borders and use them to create a vintage poster effect.
ON1 Photo RAW 2017 works hand in hand with Adobe® Photoshop©. In this video, Dan Harlacher shows how to integrate Photo RAW with Photoshop to create and style a panorama. He also shows some quick tips along the way.
Here’s a quick example of how to merge two photos together with ON1 Layers. Sometimes no matter how hard you try you can’t get everything into one shot. This is when creating a composite may help with your results.
ON1 Browse is where all your photo-editing begins, and allows you to sort & organize your images faster than ever before. Take a quick look at all the most important features inside of Browse.
Everyone organizes there photos differently. Before jumping into Photo RAW with your favorite photos, you’ll need to a few tips for getting them organized first. Using ON1 Browse, sorting through your photos is fast and will get you ready to edit in no time.
Getting your images from your camera to your computer doesn’t have to be complicated. Plug in your card reader, copy your images and paste them to wherever your photos live. No waiting, no preview-building, just instant access.
Organizing your photos can be an arduous task, especially when you have so many in a single folder. Tagging & Rating your images can help you cull photos faster, choose just the images you want to edit and filter out the photos you done.
Every digital image has a set of information embedded in the file – Metadata. Learn how to view this information and change it, including how to add your name as the Image Author and how to apply keywords for easier sorting.
Albums are a simple way to access specific subsets of your images without having to move them across computers and hard drives. Find out more about how to create albums and some of the best examples of when to use them.
Browse your photos on more than just your computer using the Photo Via app, which is available in the Apple App Store. Publish photos inside of ON1 Browse, then watch as they appear on your tablet or smart phone. From there you can rate them, sort through them, share them and export them.