ON1 Live: A Landscape Workflow with Photo RAW

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Watch the recorded version of this ON1 Live as I take a few of my landscape photos through my workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2017. I cover beginner topics such as culling and previewing your photos in Browse, processing landscape photos in Develop and Effects, and utilizing Local Adjustments tools to apply edits selectively. I also show some more advanced techniques using the blending options in Local Adjustments and Effects. Toward the end of the presentation, I blend three photos in Layers to craft a scene creating a layered composite. There’s some Q & A, too!

22 comments on “ON1 Live: A Landscape Workflow with Photo RAW”

  1. On December 23, 2016 at 8:18 am Sunny Archibald wrote:

    So glad I took the time to watch this, and so glad it was recorded so I can refer to it again. You’re a great educator. Thanks.

  2. On December 25, 2016 at 12:39 pm Claude Prévost wrote:

    Hi Scott,
    I have been following you (In the field. In post) for a while.
    I love the way you make us understand photography through your tutorials and I am glad we will see more of you with On 1 in 2017.
    Thanks for your inspiring us!

  3. On December 29, 2016 at 12:56 pm Anastasios Konstantinidis wrote:

    Thanks Scott for this great tutorial. I am really looking forward to your time as a guest coach in onone plus. I am always intrigued how different the photo looks after someone porcessed it very good. For example i would not have thought of erasing the sign posts, especially the one in the back. Thanks once again for the inspiration and the superb tutorial!

    1. On December 29, 2016 at 7:39 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      I’m looking forward to being a guest coach in March, too! Bring questions, Anastasios!

  4. On December 31, 2016 at 9:46 pm Donna Miller wrote:

    Excellent tutorial Scott, thank you! This helped to deepen my knowledge of On1 Raw, but also now that I know quite a bit about different modules these end-to-end processing of photos really help me understand how all the pieces fit together and to develop my own workflow.

  5. On January 5, 2017 at 4:03 am 3946galligan@q.com wrote:

    Great Tutorial Scott!
    I love that you got into more advanced features and techniques. The basics need to be covered of course but that’s only half of what PhotoRaw can do. Thanks for the great tips and going deeper into the program features.

    1. On January 5, 2017 at 9:01 am Scott Davenport replied:

      Glad you liked it! There’s so much we can do in Photo RAW… it’s impossible to cover it all in an hour. I tried to strike a good balance between the basics and the advanced features. Very happy you found the webinar useful.

    1. On January 18, 2017 at 10:20 am Scott Davenport replied:

      Hi Thomas,

      Yes. You can filter to display only rejected files, too, making it easy to find the rejected photos. Right click on a photo or selection of photos and you’ll see a delete option. And if my memory is correct, the Delete key is the keyboard shortcut.

      -Scott

  6. On January 24, 2017 at 3:11 pm rdbimages53@gmail.com wrote:

    This is such a helpful tutorial. Thank you. Is there a way to download it to my computer for future reference?

    1. On January 24, 2017 at 3:29 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      I’m glad you enjoyed it. I have no idea if the video is downloadable. It’s always here, though. :-)

  7. On January 25, 2017 at 6:06 am Mark Sweeney wrote:

    I never thought of your method for darkening the path – brilliant! I learn so much from these videos. Thanks, Scott.

  8. On January 26, 2017 at 9:26 pm Jay Robertson wrote:

    I am enjoying your presentation. As a newbie to Photo RAW I would like to know how the adjustments are saved as we go? Can you please comment on the significance of the (Reset All and the Reset) buttons.
    My plan is to do most of my processing in Photo RAW and to be able to switch to Photoshop and back.

    1. On January 26, 2017 at 9:33 pm Scott Davenport replied:

      Thanks Jay. Reset is context sensitive. If you’re in Develop, Reset clears the Develop settings and Effects changes are untouched. If you’re in Effects, the Reset button does the opposite. Reset All clears both Develop and Effects changes.

      Also have a look at the Settings menu. There’s different options to reset Develop, Effects, retouches, or everything.

      Have fun!

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