Category: ON1 Photo 10

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Get Creative With Texture Blending

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.

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ON1 Workflow — Editing a Photoshoot

Editing an entire engagement photoshoot doesn’t have to be tedious and time draining. Watch this efficient workflow—I walk you through sorting, editing, and exporting the entire photoshoot. Using Browse then working my way through Portrait and Effects. This video will help make your workflow smarter and faster.

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Light Painting & Compositing

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.

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Creating Textural Photo Composites

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.

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What Are Smart Layers?

When using ON1 Photo 10, you may have seen the word “smart layer” pop up from time-to-time. Maybe this is in a window that pops up, asking you to choose settings, or possibly when trying to use a tool that is grayed out. I’m here to help you demystify what smart layers are, how to use them, as well as why you may want to start working with them in your post-processing.

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ON1 Workflow — Start to Finish Photo Editing in ON1 Photo 10

I want you to bring the vision you had for the photo to reality. Watch me do some basic adjustments and styling in ON1 Photo 10. I use ON1 Enhance for some basic highlight and shadow adjustments and then jump into ON1 Effects for adding glow, detail, and to paint in light & warmth (white balance). I’ll then finish off the photo with a vignette.

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