Category: ON1 Photo RAW 2017
Grab a coffee and a comfortable seat for this ON1 Workflow video. Earlier this summer I visited Japan and was able to photograph Seiganto-ji, an impressive temple and pagoda with Nachi Falls pouring through the lush forest. It’s a classic photo, and one that was on my “photo bucket list” – until now!
Adding a color grade can not only make managing color easier, it also allows you to create mood and pull the whole photo together.
How many times have you taken a photo far into the creative editing process only to find out that you can’t get the tones where you want them?
This is a new take I’ve had on portraits recently and I wanted to share my workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 for how to achieve the same look! I’ve just started incorporating this technique into my style lately and the results have been quite stellar in my opinion. I’ll teach you how I use Dynamic Contrast in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 to blend two images together to create a similar look like this.
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 add the rotation options directly in Film Strip view. Lastly, the rotate photo options are also available when cropping a photo.
New in ON1 Photo RAW 2017.6 (coming later this month) is the new option for adjusting white balance on your photos. When processing raw photos, the color temperature range is now measured in Kelvin degrees, giving you a larger and more accurate range to make adjustments.
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.
Has this ever happened to you? You’re in great location, you have a great subject, and you think you got the shot. But when you get home, you realize that your exposure is not as good as you hoped it would be.
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.
A photograph with a strong and clear subject grabs a viewer’s attention. ON1 Photo RAW makes it fast and simple to accentuate the subject in your scene. Join me as I use filters and masks to make my photo’s subject pop.
It is unfortunate that we can’t always have the most abundant skies when we are out and about. My wife always says, “It’s a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky!” I can’t stand it, as a landscape photographer we need those puffy softboxes to drown out shadows and add interest to that big blue blob of negative space.
So, what do you do?
I am excited to start this workflow video at the very beginning with some important lighting tips for capturing your subject. I was inspired by a new tire swing photo prop and wanted to give it a test run. I will share how I approached the lighting challenges for this location and then I will edit a couple photos in ON1 Effects to show you how I completed my inspiration for this session with a beautiful summer finish.
As photographers, it is our job to direct the viewer’s eye to the place we want them to experience in the photo. Some would think that composition alone is the best way to do that, however, there are creative ways as well.
Dodging and burning can make or break a photograph. It’s also a way of leaving your own signature on a piece of work. There are many ways to do it but in this video, we’ll look at using a couple blend modes and a brush to quickly turn a good photograph into a great one. You don’t always need complex tools to make profound changes in your work. Simple tools applied in a sophisticated way can make all the difference!
ON1 Photo RAW 2017 makes photo editing fast and easy. I concentrate on three things when editing photos: Tone, Color and Style. In this ON1 Short Clip, I use the speed of the Develop module and the flexibility of Local Adjustments to quickly process and style a final image. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.