Now Available! Removing Distractions Course

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We’re excited to announce an all-new course is available for ON1 Plus members, “Removing Distractions”  by Scott Davenport.

Make your photos stronger! ON1 Photo RAW includes a complete set of retouching anyone that wants to improve their retouching skills and go beyond the simple, one-click retouches. This course includes 5 lessons, 4 case studies and practice files to follow along, a $24.99 value, FREE for Plus members.

In this in-depth course, Scott Davenport teaches you how to get the most of of Photo RAW’s retouching tools. He explains how to use the Retouch Brush, Perfect Brush, and Clone Stamp Tool. Also, Scott explains the strengths and weaknesses of each tool.

Photographers carefully craft and compose scenes in camera. Yet there are times when distracting elements cannot be eliminated from the scene at the time of capture. After completing this course, you’ll be able to handle any retouching job.

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26 comments on “Now Available! Removing Distractions Course”

  1. On April 5, 2019 at 11:36 am James Comer wrote:

    Sounds very good, especially the explanation of the each tools strengths and weaknesses. Looking forward to it.

    1. On April 5, 2019 at 12:55 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      Hi James… yup! Knowing which tool to use for which retouching job is part of the course. There is a reason photo RAW has several tools.

  2. On April 5, 2019 at 1:35 pm David Price wrote:

    Excellent Scott, really liked your explanation for and/or description of distractions. We will look forward to the course.
    Best wishes, David Price

  3. On April 6, 2019 at 7:00 pm Kenneth Granger wrote:

    Really looking forward to this. I’ve had minor success getting rid of simple elements, but I really need to learn how to get rid of people and more ‘complex’ distractions. Thanks for this!

  4. On April 7, 2019 at 7:40 pm Michel wrote:

    If Scott can make me clearly understand the subtle differences between Retouch Brush and Perfect Eraser, I’ll be happy.

  5. On April 11, 2019 at 10:40 am dj46 wrote:

    Watched them all and have to say it sharpened my skills on removing objects and how to look first as to the approach to handle the job with which tool (s) to use! Thanks sharing with all os us.

  6. On April 12, 2019 at 7:22 am Linda Green wrote:

    Scott, I really enjoyed learning about the retouching tools. You have such a calm approach to teaching thatI look forward to your segments…thanx!

  7. On April 12, 2019 at 8:29 am alberto griffini wrote:

    Hi, I watched the video tutoria about deleting objects or people who distract the vision of the photos, and as a result seems to me
    Very good.
    A unique to be remarked on vs products in general.
    are only in the English language
    You are deleting it so it is not easy to recreate what you show me also using the slowdown of the video
    And last of the times that I have reported my poor thought I never had an answer
    Thank you!

  8. On April 12, 2019 at 9:33 am Robert van gils wrote:

    Excellent course, gave me a better understanding of the retouch tools. Found your explanation of the ‘divide and conquer’ use of the clone tool particularly helpful.

  9. On April 12, 2019 at 11:59 am Bret LeRoux wrote:

    Great course. But, boy, the power lines in the “Mail Box” photo are really annoying. What is the best way to remove them?

    1. On April 12, 2019 at 12:33 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      I’d recommend a combination of the Clone Stamp Tools and the Perfect Eraser. For example, the lines in the lower right corner. Use cloning to maintain the edge of the mailbox post whilst introducing a gap of sky into the power lines. Then, use the Perfect Eraser to take care of the rest of the lines.

  10. On April 12, 2019 at 6:04 pm James Stripe wrote:

    Thank you Scott. You’re an excellent instructor. Really appreciate you sharing how to select the best tool or set of tools for a given situation. This is a very helpful session.

    1. On April 13, 2019 at 4:04 am Scott Davenport replied:

      Thank you, James. I am really happy to hear you enjoyed the course. Have fun retouching!

  11. On April 13, 2019 at 11:21 am David Stevens wrote:

    I just watched all of the videos. Great job! I was already familiar with all of the tools, with exception of the layering technique. Watching the videos and being able to work along with them was super helpful. The pagoda image also helped me better understand different ways to use the tools together. Much appreciated!

  12. On April 13, 2019 at 4:59 pm Holly Masepohl wrote:

    Thanks for the course Scott. You did a great job explaining the different tools and the practice files definitely helped highlight where each tool excels. Also excellent tips on combining tools. I’ll feel more confident using these tools in the future.

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