ON1 Short Clip — Photo RAW First Look

Matt shows one of the first looks at the new ON1 Photo RAW. Photo RAW is the first next-generation RAW processor that’s designed for modern photographers. It’s built from the ground up for speed.

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14 comments on “ON1 Short Clip — Photo RAW First Look”

  1. On September 18, 2016 at 11:03 pm Petr Krenzelok wrote:

    Why are some of the filters missing in the video? Were those removed? I can’t see: Lens Blur, Lens Flare, Photo Filter? I can’t also see the masking enhancement icons. As for Gradients/Brushes, those reside in Local Adjustments?

    Also – how do you mentally decide between the Develop and Effects, if Develop contains almost half of the Effect filters? We will see, how it fits our workflows and maybe in the future there is going to be just on1 Photo Effects, with Develop section sticked at top of the Effects.

  2. On September 19, 2016 at 9:32 am Dan Harlacher wrote:

    Good eye Petr! Don’t worry, we are still adding filters back in. This was recorded with a development build that isn’t feature complete yet. Lots more to come.

  3. On September 19, 2016 at 1:26 pm David Price wrote:

    Taking on board both Petr’s comment and Dan’s reply. It is really good to see that the basic layout of the forthcoming Photo Raw is so similar to the one that already works really well in Photo 10.5, and to hear that all of the current filters will be present and correct. (They will be, won’t they?) If so, this should greatly ease the steep learning curve, as we encounter all of the new features.
    Just hope that it all works equally smoothly, (and maybe even as quickly), on my AMD powered laptop.
    I guess that the sweepstake is all about trying to recruit as many new names and email addresses as is possible, so as to make a big an impact on launch. I hope that the plan works perfectly.
    Best wishes, and looking forward to the launch, David Price.

    1. On September 19, 2016 at 1:35 pm David Price replied:

      Hi Dan
      When the final/launch version is ready…
      in the Develop module, will you be able to ‘view/show highlight and shaddow clipping’? As this is a really easy way to see where tones and colours might be blocking up or burning out during development?
      As the version in the video was an early development versions, is the feature not yet added or hidden under the gear wheel?
      Best wishes, David Price.

  4. On September 19, 2016 at 5:41 pm Don Maclean wrote:

    ON1 has always used Alt+J for showing clipping>

    Dan will we see a Levels adjustment module?

    1. On September 19, 2016 at 10:59 pm Petr Krenzelok replied:

      … and the ability to influence Luminosity mask was also mentioned in the past ;-)

  5. On September 21, 2016 at 1:29 pm william.markey@yahoo.com wrote:

    I am SO glad to have a viable alternative to Lightroom!! I cannot stand the limitations of the Lightroom catalog. This will definitely become my choice in RAW processing! Thanks.

  6. On September 24, 2016 at 9:35 am elliotpaulstern@gmail.com wrote:

    Now that my Fuji X pro 2 raw format is in On1 10.5 I am very excited about On1 Raw. I have only one issue. Well not really an issue with the software. When will I have it in my life so I can work with it to create lots of images. Like Mr. Markey said it will be wonderful to have a stand alone On1 Raw as an alternative to Adobe.

  7. On October 11, 2016 at 1:59 pm HCharles Slater wrote:

    Sounds so good.
    Is there any way to please the under water photographers by adding a simple to remove backscatter, the fine distortion seen immersed in the water.
    Thanks

  8. On October 13, 2016 at 12:53 pm namberak . wrote:

    I’ll be interested to try this out when I get my copy but I’m curious — will Lightroom read the non-destructive changes made in Develop? I have way too much time invested in cataloging in LR to back up and start over with Browse. I’m not averse to using On1 as a plug in and have been doing so for quite sometime, but my photo browser is LR.

    1. On October 13, 2016 at 4:12 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      Lightroom will not read the non-destructive settings from ON1 Develop. From an earlier Q&A, dan wrote “Each non-destructive editor is a walled garden, you can only view your edits to a photo while you are in the application that made them. In order to see those edits in other applications you must export or save a copy of the photo with the edits applied, which is not re-editable.”

  9. On October 24, 2016 at 9:18 pm Harold Douglas Stead wrote:

    What video cards (GPU) are going to provie me with the fastest response while working within On1?? The GPU card I have now is is all but useless with LR 6.5.1 on my windows7 destop. Thanks in advance.

    On an aside, I am a very long time Adobe LR perpetual users who will be voting with my $$$ and going elsewhere. Since their intoduction of monthly milking and a string of fixes to thing not yet broken, I am hopeful to soon be looking back after changing fully to On1.

    I have having purchased the last 3 versions and providing the new RAW, coming with my 10.5 works close to what is being shown, this will be a no brainer.

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