Join ON1 Plus coaches Hudson Henry and Matt Kloskowski as they highlight all the new features and improvements in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. They share experiences traveling this summer, edit photos taken in the U.S. Southwest desert, show the advantages of RAW+JPG when shooting candid photos of family, and a secret custom vignette trick in Layers.
The universe is at your feet! Macro photographers play by different rules, there is plenty to discover and many stories to tell. This photography course covers all aspects of macro photography. Don Komarechka is a nature, macro and landscape photographer, and his work has been featured on BBC, National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer magazine and more. In this course, you will learn about the approach he uses to capture stunning macro imagery and how he edits his photos using ON1 Photo RAW and Adobe Photoshop.
Creating HDR photos is incredibly easy inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Quickly merge your exposure brackets together faster than any other HDR software out there. Once you’ve merged your photos, easily process them using Develop and Effects to apply tonal and creative adjustments.
Quickly brush in or mask out adjustments and filters using ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. Using brushes is a powerful way to apply adjustments to specific areas in your photo editing. The local adjustment and masking brushes inside Photo RAW will help you transform a dull photo into a stunning scene. There are also keyboard shortcuts for your brushes to save you time when editing. The local adjustments allow you to enhance tonality and color in specific areas of your photo. If you are applying creative filters inside of effects, the masking brush is what you’ll use to mask and blend those styles onto your photo.
I just finished an epic 2800 mile road trip from Portland to Monument Valley and back while filming a new photography course that will be coming this year to ON1 Plus (free for all members). In this video I’ll share a bit more about the course as well as some stories and lessons learned on the road. Official trailer coming later this month.
Hi Everyone, 2018 has been incredibly exciting in ON1 Plus. We’ve had fun, we’ve learned a lot, and are ready to put the first six months in the books. We’ve covered topics ranging from the basics, black & white photography, macro photography, and more, all to help you with photography and photo editing. Our super talented photography educators have also been with you each step of the way to share their expertise. Even if you’ve just joined ON1 Plus or something else has kept you away, fear not, we have you covered with all the highlights right here. We also have some exciting topics still to come! In fact, we feel the best is yet to come. You can also read about what’s upcoming in ON1 Plus for 2018.
Quickly enhance portraits using ON1 Photo Raw 2018. Portrait photos often require some post-processing, learn how you can transform your basic capture into a stunning portrait using only three basic tools. Easily process, retouch, and refine your portrait with Photo Raw. Applying selective edits to portraits can help you improve your model’s features and bring them back to how you envisioned them when you were photographing. Learn these simple tricks to enhance your portrait using only local adjustments, your retouch brush, and a single filter.
Easily enhance your firework photos using ON1 Photo RAW 2018. By adding in contrast to your photo you will help to separate your fireworks from your background. Be careful when overdoing exposure because your firework highlights can get blown out quickly. I would recommend using basic tonal adjustments on fireworks photos because it may seem unnatural if you make bright and vibrant changes. Once you’ve set your tone and brought back some of the color into your firework explosions, take your photo into effects to start making creative adjustments. A great effect to use on fireworks is Dynamic Contrast because it helps to bring back some detail in your explosions and light trails. If you have distractions in your photo like people or objects, quickly subdue them by using a vignette.
There’s a particular art to maximizing the potential of a photo when you’re editing. Some people like to go to great lengths to process their photos while others stick with more simple editing styles. With anything today, there are great edits, and there are not so great edits. I want to give you my list of 5 things you should avoid when editing your next photos.