Add Detail to Any Photo

Quickly add detail to any photo using ON1 Photo RAW. Whether you’re adding detail to your entire photo or adding it into specific areas, ON1 Photo RAW makes it effortless. Learn different ways you can add detail into your photos and bring them to life.

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How to Capture and Edit Waterfalls

Quickly learn some tips and tricks on photographing waterfalls. Once you’ve captured some waterfall shots, it’s incredibly easy to set basic tonality using ON1 Photo Raw. Use develop to quickly set your tone and color, then take your photo into Effects to apply the finishing creative touches.

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Quick Masking Tips

Quickly create and blend masks using ON1 Photo Raw. Use luminosity masks to easily blend filters and local adjustments onto your photos. Luminosity masks allow you to control your mask based on your photos bright and dark areas. Another easy way to blend a filter would be to use a color range mask. Color range masks allow you to create a mask using specific colors. Once you have a mask created, you can blend and refine it easily using the masking tools.

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Working with Fast Moving Subjects

Ever tried photographing fast-moving subjects? Whether it be pets, people, or wildlife it’s important to get the settings right in camera. Follow along with me and learn some of my tips and techniques for photographing fast-moving subjects.

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Why You Should Use Cataloged Folders

Cataloged folders in ON1 Photo RAW allow you to find, organize, and edit your photos quickly. Cataloged folders inside ON1 Photo RAW will also enable you to organize large groups of images quickly. Once you create a cataloged folder, your image preview files and metadata will be stored in a small media cache. This media cache allows you to browse and view through massive amounts of raw photo files instantly.

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5 Tips for Capturing and Editing Real Estate Photography

Capturing and editing Real Estate Photography is a great skill to have as a photographer. It’s a fun way to open your eyes up to new subjects and compositions. Photographing real estate is also a smooth transition into shooting architecture and buildings. I want to share my five tips that will help you capture and edit your real estate photos.

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Creatively Enhance Photos with Split Toning

Learn how to create stylistic looking photos using split toning inside ON1 Photo RAW. Using split toning you can take your photo to new levels. Simply choose which color you want to use for your highlights and which color to use for shadows. Once you have your color tones picked, you can start editing the split tone controls to create a unique look. Remember to try colors that are going to improve upon your photo.

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Removing Objects with the Clone Stamp Tool

Removing objects when editing your photos with the clone stamp tool is a breeze in ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how the clone stamp tool helps you speed up your retouching workflow. The clone stamp tool is a powerful retouch tool that allows you to remove or move objects, people, and textures in your photo. To access the clone stamp tool just hit the “s” key on your keyboard. Using the clone stamp tool you can quickly and easily remove large or small objects in ON1 Photo RAW.

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Using Lens Blur to Create Depth of Field

Lens blur is a great way to create depth of field and blur out objects when photo editing inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how you can use lens blur to emulate a shallow depth of field in your photos. Using lens blur is a great way, but you can also use it to soften distractions. Using masking gradients can help you create a realistic looking lens blur that will help your subject pop.

 

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How to Quickly Use Presets

Quickly create and modify presets using ON1 Photo RAW 2018. Learn how to save your unique style into a preset quickly.

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Using Local Adjustments to Paint Light

Easily paint light into underexposed areas when editing your photos using local adjustments inside ON1 Photo RAW 2018. Local adjustment layers allow you to edit specific areas on your photo. Adding and removing light from your picture is very easy and can create depth and interest. ON1 Photo RAW makes it easy to fine-tune your adjustment by adding preset styles you can select easily.

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How to Edit an HDR Sunrise

Creating HDR photos is incredibly easy inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Quickly merge your exposure brackets together faster than any other HDR software out there. Once you’ve merged your photos, easily process them using Develop and Effects to apply tonal and creative adjustments.

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Brushing and Masking Effectively – ON1 Photo RAW

Quickly brush in or mask out adjustments and filters using ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. Using brushes is a powerful way to apply adjustments to specific areas in your photo editing. The local adjustment and masking brushes inside Photo RAW will help you transform a dull photo into a stunning scene. There are also keyboard shortcuts for your brushes to save you time when editing. The local adjustments allow you to enhance tonality and color in specific areas of your photo. If you are applying creative filters inside of effects, the masking brush is what you’ll use to mask and blend those styles onto your photo.

 

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Enhance Eyes, Teeth, and Skin with Easy Portrait Edits

Quickly enhance portraits using ON1 Photo Raw 2018. Portrait photos often require some post-processing, learn how you can transform your basic capture into a stunning portrait using only three basic tools. Easily process, retouch, and refine your portrait with Photo Raw. Applying selective edits to portraits can help you improve your model’s features and bring them back to how you envisioned them when you were photographing. Learn these simple tricks to enhance your portrait using only local adjustments, your retouch brush, and a single filter.

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How to Edit Firework Photos

Easily enhance your firework photos using ON1 Photo RAW 2018. By adding in contrast to your photo you will help to separate your fireworks from your background. Be careful when overdoing exposure because your firework highlights can get blown out quickly. I would recommend using basic tonal adjustments on fireworks photos because it may seem unnatural if you make bright and vibrant changes. Once you’ve set your tone and brought back some of the color into your firework explosions, take your photo into effects to start making creative adjustments. A great effect to use on fireworks is Dynamic Contrast because it helps to bring back some detail in your explosions and light trails. If you have distractions in your photo like people or objects, quickly subdue them by using a vignette.

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