Thanks to everyone in the Plus community who spent the month with me exploring the basics of time-lapse photography. It’s been fun sharing on of my many photographic passions with you all.
We’re going to wrap the month up with Intro to Time-lapse Photography using a DSLR or, interchangeable lens camera. I’ll review equipment and camera settings, and then I’ll share my workflow for creating a time-lapse using individual frames, adding some creative editing, syncing the edits to all images and stitching them together for a final time-lapse video clip.
This month might have been the best set of photos ever submitted! Thank you everyone that uploaded a photo to be critiqued. The individual photo critique videos are posted below.
In this Live Q&A Laurie Excell and I announce the Summer Photo Challenge winners and run through some of our favorite images. It was an incredible group of submissions everyone. Great job! If your image was chosen please send me a message in the Ask A Coach forum or send me a message with where to send your Black Rapid strap. We also talked a fair bit about this months subject of time-lapse photography, took some general photography questions and talked about some of our favorite locations and why we return to them year after year. We had a little technical glitch with our webinar software in the middle of the event which we apologize for. Thanks so much to those of you who hung in there while we got the system back online. We’ve cut that downtime out of the recorded version.
Merge each of your bracketed exposures right in ON1 Photo RAW 2018. The new HDR module is really fast too! So you don’t have to wait forever to see your results like some HDR applications. Check out this video to see the exciting new ON1 HDR in action.
If you need to clean up the edges of your masks in Effects we are adding the Blur and Chisel Mask tools. The Chisel Tool is perfect for removing halos that may remain along the edges of your mask. It will remove just a small amount of pixels from the edge. The Blur Tool is perfect for only blurring or feathering the edge of your mask. Softening the edges of your mask will allow for a more natural transition when blending photos together.
Your September Loyalty Rewards are now available for download!
Check out the new user interface in ON1 Photo RAW 2018. An updated UI makes for a much cleaner design. You can also choose from a range of accent colors.
Get a free sample pack with ON1 Presets and a free eBook sample chapter from the newest ON1 Photo Kit: Matiash Big Sky Kit by Brian Matiash – now available!
A new local adjustment feature is just for noise. This allows you to decrease or increase noise locally which also allows you to selectively control the amount of noise in certain areas of your photo.