Soft Proofing

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Soft Proofing is a new feature in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 – coming soon. Soft proofing is the ability to view a simulation of how your image will look when printed based on specific printer and paper profiles. This new feature coming to ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 will allow you to simulate what your photos look like when they are printed on certain types of paper.

4 comments on “Soft Proofing”

  1. On January 22, 2018 at 10:30 am David Price wrote:

    Thank you, I almost can’t wait for this new facility to arrive.

  2. On January 23, 2018 at 7:19 am Adam Rubinstein wrote:

    Looking forward to it and ideally it would be better integrated in the resize module as part of an integrated print engine. Add in a print adjustment overlay, as opposed to creating a version, and we would be all set.

  3. On February 7, 2018 at 10:24 am Alan wrote:

    Looking forward to this feature.

    I suspect it might be useful to have a quick way to turn the gamut warning (perhaps a keyboard shortcut or a switch next to the soft proof button) on and off while making adjustment to the soft proof version. Perhaps I’m over thinking this and turning the soft proofing on and off will cover any need to be switching back and forth.

  4. On April 15, 2018 at 10:27 am Philip Zwick wrote:

    I would like to see more on how to correct the out of gamut colors than what is in this video. I have used Lightroom, which I have replaced with On1 Raw, for soft proofing and found that I can change the saturation of only the parts out of gamut using the target adjustment on the HSL section. When I tried with On1 Raw’s color enhancer filter I found I had to add a new filter for each color. Is this the way I have to do it, or what?

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