In this video, you will learn how to easily retouch a portrait photo. The Portrait tab in ON1 Photo RAW 2019 helps you retouch faces quickly and naturally. Portrait automatically detects each face in your photo and can retouch and smooth skin as well as brighten and sharpen eyes and whiten teeth all at once, with no brushing required.
In this video, you are going to learn how to edit and mask filters the ON1 Effects tab. Using a brush and gradient mask tool, you can selectively adjust the effects made for every individual filter in the stack. Take it a step further and see how blending options give you even deeper editing options. These powerful and easy to use masking options give you unlimited creative control for each of the professional filters.
In this video, you are going to learn how to process a photo in the ON1 Develop tab. Learn how to crop and correct your image by modifying the sliders. Develop is the tab for performing basic global editing operations—adjusting tone and color, removing noise, sharpening and more. It is the perfect place to begin editing your photos, especially if you are using ON1 Photo RAW 2019 as a standalone editor. And, with the full non-destructive editing capabilities of Photo RAW, you can return at any time to Develop and adjust your edits.
In this video, you are going to learn how to find, browse and organize your photo library. You can import photos from your camera card, add metadata, keywords all in one step. With auto advance turned on, quickly cull through a large batch of images and apply ratings, labels and more. See how a catalog folded is created to make a shortcut for your favorite or most- used folders of photos. A folder designated as cataloged is cached in the background to improve the speed of loading those folders (and subfolders) and their photos, making it ideal for portfolios, your best photos, or your primary library of photos. See how to use Albums to create collections and utilize the Filters pane’s powerful search options.
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In this video, you are going to learn how to migrate your Lightroom catalog into ON1 Photo RAW 2019. The migration process will take all of your non-destructive settings from Lightroom into ON1—safely. Your original Lightroom settings will remain intact and in Lightroom. After the migration process completes you will be able to view and re-edit your photos in ON1 with those non-destructive edits visible. Understand how the Lightroom settings work and what all the choices are for migrating. Learn more about the Lightroom migration process by reading our Lightroom Migration FAQ.
Get started editing your first portrait inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Start by learning where your tools and develop sections are. Then we will modify our base look by adjusting Tone & Color sliders. After setting our base look, we will retouch to remove any major blemishes or imperfections. Next we will head into the Portrait Tab to start smoothing skin and applying style to the mouth and eyes. To finish, we will add a couple of filters inside of Effects.
In this video, you are going to see how to edit your first photo and what it means to work on images non destructively. Learn how to crop and navigate the preview area, the Develop tab is the starting point for correcting color and tone, apply sharpening and noise reduction, and lens correction. In the Effects tab, you can add professional filters to your photo with endless creative options. Using Local adjustments, selectively target areas of your picture you want to apply specific settings.
Get started with ON1 Photo RAW 2019. In this video, you will learn how to find and view your photos quickly. Learn about the modules buttons, and how to navigate and personalize the user interface. In the preferences menu, you will see how you can show/hide labels, change the accent color, preview background color, and much more.
Cook up a dreamy scene with a few contrast, mid-tone, and shadow ingredients. From there we will stir in some colorful and creative filters to bring out the dreamy colors.