November 11, 2016 | 6567 Views | By Liz LePage

ON1 Short Clip — More Than Develop (Part 3)

In the final episode of this series I want to talk about the panes for adding the finishing touches. These are going to be noise reduction, sharpening, transform and vignette. The final edits you want to make before you share your photo.

WATCH: Part 1 | Part 2

9 comments on “ON1 Short Clip — More Than Develop (Part 3)”

  1. On November 12, 2016 at 9:40 am Sherry Laflamme wrote:

    Thanks Liz for these 3 Develop modules. I do hope there will be a longer “Develop” course, as there are so many wonderful features here.

    1. On November 17, 2016 at 3:31 pm Liz LePage replied:

      There definitely will, don’t worry! There’s so much in Develop, it’s hard to cover in just three videos 🙂

  2. On November 13, 2016 at 9:44 am keith simpson wrote:

    Can we have longer videos on sharpening, including a full explanation and usage of the different types of sharpening and another full length video on noise reduction.
    In none of the videos I have watched about RAW has anyone mentioned chromatic aberration or automatic lens correction distortion based on the lens used. Does RAW offer these features?

    1. On November 13, 2016 at 3:11 pm Patrick Smith replied:

      Hi Keith, Great feedback! I will see if we can get those video requests in the works. In terms of chromatic aberration, Photo RAW should do a good job of removing it. Automatic lens correction will not be in the December release, but it will be a FREE update soon after the December release.

  3. On November 14, 2016 at 6:11 am Peter Pfeiffer wrote:

    Thank You Liz!
    I’m anxiously awaiting RAW’s release. Many of the hints you supplied are helpful in Photo 10 albeit accessed differently.

  4. On November 20, 2016 at 4:10 am Raj Patel wrote:

    Sharpening that protects skin is very nice. Cant wait to try it out

  5. On November 24, 2016 at 4:57 am Anant wrote:

    Congratulations for presenting On1 Photo Raw Beta version. I had tried the program and my first impression is wow! It’s very versatile program for photo editing. I am impressed. I think, It was worth purchasing and waiting too. I wish the program will improve further after refining and adding full fledged modules/features before final release in December 2017.All the Best!

  6. On November 28, 2016 at 3:20 pm John Aldred wrote:

    As RAW is a beta version, have you actually got a forum etc. to log issues. Having waited so long for what I assumed was a fully working program which would live up to all the hype you have been generating, I am very disappointed. There is no way I can use this as it is …. I cannot use RW2 files which generally have not got converted properly (some do confusingly). Presumably you have to be in standalone to work on RAW as it does not seem to work from lightroom. It has crashed several times. It has not yet completed creating thumbnails. It had better get better quickly

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