July 19, 2020 | 3912 Views | By Craig Keudell

ON1 360 Changes Everything

The second post in a three-part series from ON1 Founder and President, Craig Keudell. View part 1 here.

For the last 15 years at ON1, we’ve taken a lot of pride in being different from other photo software companies, and we couldn’t be more excited for the next 15 years. We promise to continue meeting your needs as a photographer by giving you a say in the products we develop, choices in how you purchase and deliver a complete line of software products for all photography workflows. ON1 will always be professional photography software designed by photographers, for photographers.

It is one of the most exciting times in our 15-year history with the release of ON1 360. For the first time, you can take your photography and ON1 with you anywhere. The ON1 360 service synchronizes your photography cross your computers and devices, without storing your original photos in the cloud.

The delivery of this new ON1 ecosystem for editing photos between desktop and mobile devices is a massive deal for photographers, and we are just getting started. We’ve heard your frustrations about being forced to upload original photos into cloud systems without ways to quickly get out of those systems, once you stop paying. We want photographers to keep their photos where they choose to keep them.

ON1 360 is what connects ON1 Photo RAW across computers and devices. Without ON1 Photo RAW, ON1 360 would not exist. We are currently developing some fantastic new features for ON1 Photo RAW I know photographers will love.

Remember, you maintain the choices you need and the control you want when it comes to your photography and using ON1 software. You are never locked in a closed system with us. There has never been a better or more exciting time for photographers. We’ve always taken pride in that we are a group of photographers creating software applications specifically for the photographer, and we hope you’ll join us.

All the Best,
Craig Keudell
Take Photography Further.

2 comments on “ON1 360 Changes Everything”

  1. On July 20, 2020 at 11:09 am Clyde Cooksey wrote:

    Craig, thank you for the encouraging update. As a long-time On1 user, I consider it my primary editing studio. I’m still getting used to 360 and how that fits within my workflow, but I’m optimistic about what it offers. My only suggestion for an improvement is the On1 mobile app. The only thing I don’t like about it is the shutter releases as soon as you touch the shutter button on the app. That can introduce some camera shake. I realize I could use the timer, but that may result in missing the shot I really want. I suggest making the shutter release button a hold and release to activate the shutter. That would help me a lot and make it more useful for my photography. Keep up the good work and I’m looking forward to the next 15 years (if I live that long as I’m now almost 75).

    Regards, Dan Cooksey

  2. On July 21, 2020 at 1:01 pm Hervé blanchon wrote:


    Thanks to the update. I must admit that among all your competitors I tried, the features and interface are great. I was that much optimistic that I subscribed as an early bird to the 360° service. However I must confess that I am so disappointed that my camera (canon powershot G5 X – the original one) is still not recognised by On1 2020.5 thus as I am shooting in raw, I have to play with the Canon Lens profils to correct my images and for some of then I need to crop to get the best results, this is insufferable given that all your competitors handle my camera with no problem. Your online support team is certainly giving me advice but they tell me that it is still an unsolved bug. I reported it when I first started using on1 2020.1 and 6 months later that problem is still not solved. I understand that you certainly used a lot of manpower to have 360° up and ready in time, I do hope that your company will now dedicate some manpower to solve pending bugs. Anyhow I would like you to know that I find On1 2020 great if I do not take my bug into account.

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