The Dramatic Look

We’re going to cook up a Dramatic portrait in just a few minutes using different creative ingredients. To start, we will give our photo some basic tonality and color inside of Develop. From there we will mix in some creative filters like Grunge and Glow to give our photo a dramatic look. To top it off we will smooth out her skin using the Portrait tab.

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ON1 Essential Guide to Landscape Photo Editing from Matt Kloskowski

Take control over your landscape photos in this NEW ON1 Photo RAW 2019 course from ON1 Guru and Ambassador Matt Kloskowski – Now available.

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Farewell Message from Colin Smith

Hi everyone, I’ve had a great time with you all this month, but my time has come to an end.. for now. 
Thanks for having me. What an amazing community! I’ve really enjoyed sharing some of my favorite processing tips and techniques with you. Thanks for the amazing feedback and the great conversations in the comments. 

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The Glowing Waterfall Look

In this Glowing Waterfall look we will create a stunning waterfall using some fresh ingredients. First to get the water glowing, we will stir in some Glow and Sunshine filters. To bring out some detail and color, we will mix in Dynamic Contrast and a Photo filter. From there, we will top it off with a couple Local Adjustments, modified to taste.

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Utilizing Global Adjustments

Hey ON1 Plus crew! My name is Colby Brown and I am super excited to return as an ON1 guest coach this month. While I am sure most of you have seen any number of ON1 Videos, ebooks or photo kits I have put together over the years, I am sure we have some fresh faces here as well. For the last 12 years, I have been working as a photographer, photo educator and author in the photo industry, specializing in landscape, travel and wildlife photography.

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The Magic Forest Look

Get ready to stir up some style in this Magic Forest Look. We will begin by setting our tone and color inside of Develop. From there we will mix in some Sunshine and Dynamic Contrast for a boost of light and detail. To top off and garnish, we will add a tiny bit of a Vintage filter.

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November ON1 Plus Recap & Highlights

Hi everyone! It was another great month in ON1 Plus. In case you overate turkey and fell asleep,  you can catch up on all the highlights in this recap! Thank you, for being a part of the Plus community—we’ve got big plans for December and 2019 is going to be the best year yet. Stay tuned for more announcements coming from ON1. Happy Holidays!

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The Matte Look

In the Matte Look we will give some vintage style to a modern photo. We will begin with a Curves filter to add the faded and matte look. Then we will bring in some Sunshine to pull out colors and midtones. We will then stir in some Dynamic Contrast for detail and then a Cross Process filter to taste.

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Exploring ON1 Photo RAW 2019 – ON1 Recorded Webinar

Join Software Educator Dylan Kotecki live as he explores ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Great for beginners to intermediate users looking to learn and explore. See all the new features in action!

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Restoring a Photo

Hi again everyone, I am having a ton of fun this month in ON1 Plus, thank you for watching my videos and leaving comments. What we’re going to cover today is a little different, restoring a scanned film negative photograph. It doesn’t matter if you’re editing scanned film or digital file but there are some considerations. Black and white conversion is a great way to enhance a photos story or mood. I hope you enjoy, as always leave comments and questions below.

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