ON1 Recorded Webinar – Road Trippin’ with Brian Matiash

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Air Date: August 3rd, 2017

Learn some great masking and compositing techniques in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 from ON1 Guru Brian Matiash.

Join Brian as he shares his favorite photo memories from his recent road trip across the United States in this ON1 Live Webinar (recorded). He covers some of his favorite editing and compositing techniques on these photos using ON1 Photo Raw 2017.5.

9 comments on “ON1 Recorded Webinar – Road Trippin’ with Brian Matiash”

  1. On August 5, 2017 at 7:41 am Chris K. wrote:

    Very nice thanks for this, but seems like my blur motion is not as strong as yours.

    1. On August 7, 2017 at 8:33 am Brian Matiash replied:

      Yup – the stronger blur motion was added in the beta build that I was using. You’ll get access to the same strength when ON1 releases it to the public (which should be soon).

      1. On August 7, 2017 at 10:40 am Chris K. replied:

        Awesome thanks;)

  2. On August 5, 2017 at 10:25 am Sherry Laflamme wrote:

    Thanks Brian. Very helpful. Haven’t done sky replacement with 2017 Raw yet. Kept using the old version. Forgot about using command with masking brush for the trees, hair, etc. Great reminder. Very clear information.

  3. On August 5, 2017 at 11:00 am Eilif wrote:

    All edits, apart from the first and the last, where multiple images were blended together can de done, non-destructively, in Develop and Effects. That way we do not have to create the huge psd files… See e.g Blake Rudis’ recent video on switching sky using the texture filter.
    Having said this, I always enjoy Brian’s videos and this was no exception ;-)

    1. On August 5, 2017 at 11:18 am Chris K. replied:

      True that’s a good way to do it also but from what I have seen the masking brush and the refine brush don’t work as good as in layers.

    2. On August 7, 2017 at 8:32 am Brian Matiash replied:

      Not a head slap type of question at all! If I’m being totally honest, I go into Layers purely out of force of habit. When I would work in Photoshop, I used a layer workflow even if it was using just one layer and when ON1 Layers integrated into the suite of ON1 Photo Raw, that mentality sort of carried over. I like being able to visualize my workflow in a “layers” layout. I hope that helps.

  4. On August 13, 2017 at 5:29 am Chris Mullett wrote:

    Great tutorial Brian, Thanks.

    I am disappointed to see that even in your beta version On1 RAW still only shows the selected layer in Develop/Effects. On1 10.5 showed all layers which made adjusting tones colours etc to provide a good match much easier. I know that adjustments are only applied to the selected layer, but being able to see the whole image is better.

    There was a discussion in the forum about this issue and Hudson said the techs were aware of this and working on it, but it seems not to have been resolved. Pity!
    Do you have any further information on this?

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