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Hey everyone, this month we’re going to switch things up and do the photo critiques a little different. We’re holding the first ever Community Photo Critiques. As a fun way of inspiring each other, we encourage ALL Plus members to upload 1-3 photos to a dedicated community critique gallery and then give your critiques of the photos submitted by others.
June is nearly over and my time as a guest coach is drawing to a close, but it’s been a ton of fun. We explored various aspects of the universe at our feet, from equipment through to specialized techniques, and I’m glad I was able to throw in some editing creativity as well. Still, I feel like we only explored the tip of the iceberg!
Today, in my new Tip of the Week series, I have three tips I recommend using when editing landscape photos inside of ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. I can say with confidence that these three tips will quickly turn any landscape photo into a stunning scene. So consider using these three tools when you start to edit any landscape photo as you will likely find that they make a big difference in your edited photos.
Hello Everyone! Thank you to those that uploaded a photo to be critiqued this month. The individual photo critique videos are posted below.
I want to quickly show you how to create a Cinematic Look in this short video using new LUTs. Customers love the new LUTs feature in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. You can stack, blend, and mask many different LUTs together, and you have full control of all the tools as you normally would in the Effects module. I will pull it all together by adding a border using the Borders filter.
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!