Using the new Camera Profiles in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 is a great way to jump-start your photo editing. They are an excellent starting point when editing and will adjust the interpretation of the raw data to bias it towards what you are shooting. Follow along as I show some excellent Fujifilm® profiles.
Something as simple as a water droplet can be a wonderful subject to photograph, especially when the right ingredients are aligned to create an almost magical refraction image. A spherical droplet can act like a lens – the more spherical the better. Supported on a wildflower seed or a vine, flower petal spider web or even a blade of grass, you quickly become a droplet architect first, photographer second. Your subject doesn’t exist until you create it!
Monthly news, direct from ON1 and ON1 Partners. June 2018.
I’m incredibly excited to bring you this new weekly series. I plan to provide you with these tips and tricks for ON1 Photo RAW in both video and written articles. The content for these ON1 Photo RAW tips and tricks will be from the requests I see in the ON1 Facebook Group, help requests submitted to our support team, through my own experience using the software, or some of the hidden secrets in ON1 Photo RAW. I hope you learn something new and valuable each week!
Join Dan Harlacher for an exclusive ON1 Plus live event (recording) covering everything the new features in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. Dan takes a deeper dive into what’s going on behind the scenes. Bring your technical questions and hear them answered live.
In this video, we explore a minimalist setup and search for the best subjects in a chaotic after-thunderstorm garden scenario. The light is fading and the wind is picking up, so what can a macro photographer do? Of all the potential points of interest, two get explored and we end up with decent images despite the chaos.
We are excited to announce the new ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 is now available for download or purchase. Version 2018.5 includes an overall performance upgrade, new features such as LUTs and camera profiles, new camera and lens support, and fixes for user reported issues.
LUTs LUTs LUTs… That indeed is a word you frequently hear if you are interested in photo editing and image processing these days. I want to demystify this term LUTs and show you how and when they can be useful.
In this video I talk about developing your creative vision by taking some time to connect with your subject. To do that I share some insights as well as a few ‘behind the image’ stories to illustrate the principles I’m highlighting.
In this second video with Don Komarechka as a guest coach for ON1 Plus, we dive into the creative potential of macro photography with an assortment of RAW images and the story that created them, and how to push further in post-processing.