ON1 Plus Exclusive Live Event (Recording) – Photo RAW Workflow, Tips and Tricks

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Watch Hudson Henry as he showcases his Photo RAW 2018.1 workflow in this live event recording. He starts by importing photos, culling and the next steps include raw processing for tone and color correction. Hudson walks you through his methods live while answering questions for the audience. This event took place on Tuesday, May 1st.


14 comments on “ON1 Plus Exclusive Live Event (Recording) – Photo RAW Workflow, Tips and Tricks”

  1. On April 5, 2018 at 11:58 am Cullen Macpherson wrote:

    Can’t wait to see it! I like to believe I’m not so jaded that I can’t go through the basics one more time! Also, some peoples “tips & tricks” are the starts of ideas, dreams and expressions for others.

  2. On April 7, 2018 at 7:18 am Bohdan wrote:

    Hi Hudson….
    This sounds like it will be a lot of fun. I have seem many of your videos and you always seem to come up with something new. Really looking forward to this event.

  3. On April 9, 2018 at 10:26 am David sweet wrote:

    I would like to know how to get the program to give me a count of the number of pictures in a folder that has sub folders in it. I keep all my photos in a Pictures folder with subfolders. I also file by year and would like to know the number of photos in each year etc.

  4. On April 9, 2018 at 10:45 am Barry wrote:

    Hi Hudson,

    Even though I’ve rebranded myself from Fine Art Photographer to Visual Artist using Digital Photography in my Process, it’s always a pleasure to watch and learn from you — you’re the best!
    Barry Jay Yarkon

  5. On April 24, 2018 at 10:51 pm Sandra Chung wrote:

    Would love to register for it, but it would require a 2am wake up for me, and a 3am start. The down side of living in another hemisphere.

    1. On April 25, 2018 at 8:31 pm Hudson Henry replied:

      Dont’ worry, we’ll record and repost it. I definitely would not do a 3am wake up to hear myself either. ;-)

  6. On April 30, 2018 at 7:58 am David Price wrote:

    Dear Hudson,
    Apologies, because I won’t be able to join the live event, due to work :(
    However, I will look forward to the recording.
    Best wishes, David Price.

  7. On May 2, 2018 at 1:11 pm David Price wrote:

    Hi Hudson
    I enjoyed the recording, well done for a nice clear explanation of what you were doing and why. I did not see you using any of the local adjustments. Just curious, why?
    Best wishes, David Price.

    1. On May 2, 2018 at 2:31 pm Hudson Henry replied:

      Hey David,

      I do use them frequently, and in the recording we sharpened the Possums Eyes a bit with them. ;-)


  8. On May 3, 2018 at 1:50 pm David sweet wrote:

    I use a Mac Book Pro on the road and a iMac when I get home that holds all my photos on an external Promise Pegasus drive that is using Raid 5 to backup. On the road I use On1 Raw 2018 to process the files which has a Time Machine backup attached. I recently had to have the hard drive replaced on the laptop by Apple. When I reloaded the Time Machine backup On1 Raw 2018 1.1 could only read the raw file not the side car files with my changes. I could see the files in Finder but the program could not show me my changes. I wrote two tickets up on the issue but have not received a reply that worked. I also has the processed files backed up on another thunderbolt drive that 2018 raw on my laptop could read so I deleted the files on my laptop hard drive. Any ideas how I could have prevented this issue? Now I am concerned that my Raid 5 backup on my iMac will not work if I have a drive failure.

    1. On May 4, 2018 at 3:36 am Al replied:

      David, I had a similar situation when I swapped out my hdd for a ssd on my Windows 10 laptop. Files from the hdd were transferred to the ssd using a cloning process. PR did not seem to recapture the link between the RAW images and respective the on1 files. Below is the response that I received from On1 Support:

      “Thanks for using ON1! I apologize for the frustration with Photo RAW. Since you’ve recently cloned your drive, it’s likely the cataloged folders which were carried over aren’t behaving as they should. We’ve seen similar issues when people have cloned hard drives or used another sort of imaging software. The databases in Photo RAW aren’t designed to be moved around or transplanted, though we are working on a tool to make this possible in the upcoming update to Photo RAW.

      I recommend removing your currently cataloged folders from the program. This won’t harm your images themselves, or your edits. You can then re-add them, which will allow the program to rebuild its cataloged folder cache.”

      This process did not work for me. Subsequently, I experimented a bit and below is my response back to On1 Support:

      “I do believe that I found a solution. I have my photos organized by year, then by each session in that year as separate subfolders. I closed PR and opened Lightroom. In the Lightroom Library, I moved an entire’s years subfolders and photos to be within the folder of the previous year. Exited LR, opened PR and I was able to access the photos with the edits intact in that entire branch of the structure at their new locations. Exited PR, went back to LR and moved that entire structure back to its original placement. Exited LR and reopened PR. I was then able to access the photos in the original structure with the previous edits intact. A convoluted process, but hey it worked! This worked for me and this may help your other customers.”

      Good luck!

  9. On May 8, 2018 at 10:18 am Hudson Henry wrote:

    Al and David,

    I’m no engineer and I don’t work in tech support, but both issues and Al’s solution seem really odd. I keep all my files in a Library by year and shoot like Al. I work with external drives on both a Macbook Pro and a Mac Pro and I can trade the drive’s around at any time.

    If you have Photo Raw’s preferences set to put sidecar files in the folder beside the original files and you don’t rename them, then I can’t imagine why it wouldn’t recognize them when opening the folder. ON1’s response does make sense if the original folder was cataloged and the cloned folder behaves a bit differently. I’d certainly try removing the folder from the cataloged list and then just slightly renaming the containing folder (NOT ANY OF THE FILES INSIDE). Then open the folder in RAW on one of the computers and see if it reads the sidecars. If it doesn’t, then you should spend some more time with Plus priority support.

  10. On May 8, 2018 at 6:56 pm Kenny Wright wrote:

    WOW Hudson. That was great. I could have watched another hour of this. I really enjoyed it, and learned a lot from it. Your the best MAN!

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