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ON1 Insider – A Sneak Peek at the Line Mask Tool

Here is another new masking tool coming to ON1 Photo RAW. The Line Mask tool creates shapes with straight or curved line segments, similar to a pen or polygonal lasso tool. Each shape is totally re-editable and can be combined with all the other masking tools. It’s perfect for architecture and real estate photos.

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ON1 Insider – A Sneak Peek at Backing Up and Restoring

Buying a new computer or restoring from a crash will be much easier soon with the upcoming back-up and restore feature. It backs-up all your edits, albums, presets, extras, styles, sync settings, etc. When you need to restore, just move your photos to the new computer, install Photo RAW and choose restore and you will be back like nothing happened.

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ON1 Insider – A Sneak Peek at Time-Lapse

Time-lapse photography is a lot of fun to create. Pretty soon, there will be a super-fast and easy way to create these videos right inside of ON1 Photo RAW. This video shows how you can quickly make your selection of photos, preview the results, and export a time-lapse video.

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ON1 Insider – A Sneak Peek at Sky Swap AI

Everyone knows how powerful the masking tools are in the ON1 photo editing software apps, but they are getting even better with a new technology we’ve been working on, Sky Swap AI. Watch a sneak peek of this amazing technology that makes masking and replacing boring skies a snap. This and much more coming in the next major release of ON1 Photo RAW.

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ON1 Roadmap

ON1 Insider – A Letter from Craig

I hope you are having a great summer and are staying safe. It’s hard to believe this year is already more than halfway over. My hope for you this time of year, more so than ever, is to get extra time with your photography.

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ON1 NoNoise AI

ON1 Insider – ON1 NoNoise AI Survey

The release of our new state-of-the-art application for image noise removal is just around the corner. We’ve been dialing in all that is involved with the upcoming release. There have been many (too many to count) internal debates about how we set the user preferences in the fully released product. We are asking our users to help settle this once and for all.

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ON1 Insider – A History and Preview of ON1 NoNoise AI

We’ve been working hard at bringing an all-new product to market – ON1 NoNoise AI. In this ON1 Insider post, VP of Product Dan Harlacher tells a story of what brought us to this point.

As a photographer, I’ve always had an innate understanding of reciprocity. Reciprocity is the give and take of two factors that are inextricably locked together with the yin and yang. There are equal and opposite pros and cons for almost every decision you make when creating a photograph. Exposure is the classic example. If you want a faster shutter speed, you sacrifice depth-of-field and vice versa. When I used to shoot film, to work in low light, you had to use a higher ISO film to get the faster shutter speeds needed to stop action for sports or concerts. With that higher ISO, the film grain size had to increase, making the photo more grainy. Back then, the highest ISO films available were 1600 for color or 3200 for black and white. And when you photographed with those films, the grain was the size of golf balls. Going beyond a 5×7 print was terrible.

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