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Has this ever happened to you? You’re in a great location, you have a great subject, and you think you got the shot. But when you get home, you realize that your exposure is not as good as you hoped it would be.
We asked you in the Plus community to choose a reverse photo challenge mission for Blake and I this month and we were blown away by how many great suggestions you came back with. Again and again we heard a couple of themes pop up. Lots of you wanted to see us work with a limited number of frames. Still another group wanted us to focus on street or city photography. Blake and I got together and decided to combine these two great ideas into the City & Street in 24 Frames Reverse Photo Challenge.
We have another free update coming near the end of this month for ON1 Photo RAW 2017, version 2017.6. Over the next couple weeks we will be posting the new features in the release here on the blog.
In last weeks session, we laid the foundation for the rest of the lessons by discussing the breakdown of the finishing Effects phase of the workflow. We determined that there are three kinds of Effects, Tone Effects, Color Effects, and Artistic Finishing Effects. In today’s lesson, we are going to discuss the use of Tone Effects.
I am excited to share the coolest set of accessories I’ve seen for all the iPhone® customers out there. It’s the olloclip lens sets. In this product spotlight, I will review the Active Lens, 4-in-1 Lens, and the olloclip Studio Case + Finger Grip. There is also a great deal exclusive for ON1 customers.
A photograph with a strong and clear subject grabs a viewer’s attention. ON1 Photo RAW makes it fast and simple to accentuate the subject in your scene. Join me as I use filters and masks to make my photo’s subject pop.
Air Date: August 3rd, 2017
Learn some great masking and compositing techniques in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 from ON1 Guru Brian Matiash.
In the first lesson of the month, we will take a look at the Tone, Color, and Effects Workflow. However, our main focus will be on the Effects phase or the finishing touches phase. This phase is where you can take your images to the artistic level.