November 10, 2016 | 6924 Views | By Liz LePage

ON1 Short Clip — More Than Develop (Part 2)

Hi everybody! In part 2 of this series I want to show off three great panes available in Develop; Curves, Split Tone, and Skin Retouching.

Watch me show with the Curves pane you have powerful tonal adjustment capabilities. By using the Split Tone you can easily apply subtle adjustments to highlights and shadows. And finally, Skin Retouching provides you with a wide range options for adjusting skin and faces. Of course, this is all happening nondestructively on the raw file.
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6 comments on “ON1 Short Clip — More Than Develop (Part 2)”

  1. On November 10, 2016 at 2:11 pm Miguel Rozsas wrote:

    Nice ! I would like to know if skin retouch can be applied as a brush instead that range you showed ? Some times, and this is one of theses, the skin tone may be the same of other areas of image as in the flowers in her dress and I want to protect those areas.
    I hope you can talk about brushes and about removing elements of image in your next video.
    best regards from Brazil,

  2. On November 11, 2016 at 4:33 am Petr Krenzelok wrote:

    It would be nice, if Curves would be able to display histogram, like Capture One does e.g.?

    1. On November 16, 2016 at 10:28 am Javier Moreno replied:

      Agree, CO and LR show the histogram (RGB and luminance) while you manage curves. Also, as you move the pointer over the image, you should see the RGB and luminance values, as absolute values or percentage. And you know, that point moving over the luminance histogram while you move your pointer over your image. Please add it and I’ll be in!

  3. On November 13, 2016 at 9:32 am keith simpson wrote:

    Good video Liz. Could you expand on the skin retouching part of the video please. For example, you mentioned that moving the slider affected the mask but didn’t explain which parts were being masked out. Is the greyed out area or the red area of the mask? On other vidéos the presenters are able to highlight their cursor with a circle, which makes it easier to follow when viewing the video. Blake and Scott have this feature. Would it be possible for you to adopt the same approach please so that viewers can see where you’re moving the cursor to?

  4. On November 15, 2016 at 4:45 am Christian wrote:

    Cant wait! But i miss an adjustmant for working with “Levels”. Did i miss something?

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