Water is, of course, one of the most important elements of the beach. My favorite part of taking water shots is getting a beautiful reflection to balance out my photo. I love to look for a spot in the sand that captures a reflection. One important part to not forget, If you are replacing a sky and your photo is also showcasing a reflection you need to make sure you add that same sky into the reflection. So let’s do it. For this video, I am going to share a few tips about water and finding those reflections. I will also edit a photo in ON1 Photo Raw replacing a sky and show you how to include it in the reflection.
This fully comprehensive panoramic photography course covers every aspect you need to understand and start shooting this wildly popular style of photography. Spread out over a dozen lessons ON1 Plus coach Hudson Henry covers it all, including in the field considerations as well as post-processing workflows with ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how to get simple and complex captures on the scene and understand the best way to merge in the digital darkroom.
Want to create some stunning waterfall shots? Quickly learn some tips and tricks on photographing and editing waterfalls. From capturing to editing in ON1 Photo RAW, it’s incredibly easy. Use Develop to set your tone and color quickly, then take your photo into Effects to apply the finishing creative touches.
In ON1 Photo RAW you can quickly and easily create and blend masks when editing photos. Use luminosity masks to blend filters and local adjustments to your photos easily. Luminosity masks will enable you to control your mask based on your photos bright and dark areas. Another easy way to blend a filter would be to use a color range mask. Color range masks allow you to create a mask using specific colors. Once you have a mask created, you can blend and refine it quickly using the masking tools.
In this video I’ll show how I clean my equipment after each and every trip. From lenses and camera bodies to tripods and filters I’ll show you how to keep your gear in top notch condition. Links to the cleaning products I showcase from the Residual Oil Remover to the sensor light are below.
Ever tried photographing fast-moving subjects? Whether it be pets, people, or wildlife it’s important to get the settings right in camera. Follow along with me and learn some of my tips and techniques for photographing fast-moving subjects.
Dylan Kotecki will show how powerful ON1 Effects can be in your workflow. Effects can be used as a plug-in or a standalone program. This is great for beginners and more advanced customers.
Our first element is Wind. Especially on the Oregon Coast, wind can be an element that can be your friend or your enemy. Finding ways to make the wind work for you and how to work around it will help you get amazing shots even under difficult conditions. While I can’t magically make it go away, I will share a few tips on how to handle your gear and clients to ensure that you get your best results. In ON1 Photo Raw I will show you guys how to enhance the colors in a photo, along with skin smoothing and a sky enhancement.
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Cataloged folders in ON1 Photo RAW allow you to find, organize, and edit your photos quickly. Cataloged folders inside ON1 Photo RAW will also enable you to organize large groups of images quickly. Once you create a cataloged folder, your image preview files and metadata will be stored in a small media cache. This media cache allows you to browse and view through massive amounts of raw photo files instantly.