A new layered HDR workflow – With the powerful new non-destructive layers you can combine other photos, text, or alternate exposures with your HDR photos. You can even use the powerful masking tools to combine multiple HDR renditions.
ON1 Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki will show you tips and tricks in ON1 Photo RAW to enhance your landscape photography workflow.
New Text Tool – The new text tool will be perfect for creating posters, adding your byline or adding editing annotations. Easily control font size, color, position, and more and then save a preset to add the same text overlay to a batch of photos quickly.
New Master Keyword List – coming soon in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Now you can see every keyword you use in a single, searchable list. You can quickly apply, clear, edit, or delete keywords. Swapping and editing keywords has never been easier!
It’s that time of year again here in the Northern Hemisphere. The days are getting shorter, the nights are a bit cooler and fall color is starting to really hit the high country. I love photographing fall more than any other season. Some combination of the warm colors, late sunrises, early sunsets and that feeling that winter is coming always gets me reaching for my camera.
Hey everyone! Happy October! It’s one of my favorite months for photography and since I live in an area that doesn’t see much fall color, it’s become one of my favorite months for editing too, since I always have some work to do on the photos :-) Anyway, my first video (tomorrow) will show some of my favorite tips for enhancing fall colors in our photos. Throughout the rest of the month we’ll do an episode of Your Photo, Our Look, where I edit a few of your photos and I’ll even show off a few new features in the newly announced ON1 Photo 2019 update coming next month.
Easily merge your cityscape exposures together into a dynamic HDR photo inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Once you’ve merged your photos together, you can quickly use Develop to adjust your photo’s tonality and color. After giving your photo a base look, head into Layers to replace your sky. Since ON1 Photo RAW comes with a bunch of extras including sky backgrounds, you will be able to find a new sky very easily. Simply add your new sky as a new layer. Once you’ve added it, you can get to masking out your original sky. After replacing the sky you can go into Effects to add different local adjustments and filters.
New AI-powered algorithms will give customers the ability to transfer Lightroom edited photos, keep the non-destructive settings, and move them into ON1 Photo RAW. The updated Lightroom Migration Tool in version 2019 will transfer almost every edit you can make in Lightroom including raw processing, crop, retouching and local adjustments along with folders, photos, albums, and metadata.
Dan Harlacher and Dylan Kotecki show what is coming for ON1 Customers in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. In this previously recorded live event, Dan and Dylan will walk you through the new features, tools, and layout of ON1 Photo RAW 2019. ON1 Photo RAW 2019 will be available mid-November 2018.
ON1 Layers will no longer be a separate module. Instead, the power of layers will be accessible within the non-destructive workflow inside of Develop and Effects. This will allow for creating or editing multi-layered files, including raw files, and keep the non-destructive settings for each photo layer. Customers will also be able to move, size, and mask each layer. More importantly, and a new concept, each layer has its non-destructive settings, all the way back to the original file. What’s most exciting is if you are working with raw files, powerful adjustments like exposure, highlights, shadows, and camera profiles can now be processed using the raw data in a layered photo workflow. All without having to change modules or applications.