This is a pretty long post. I think it’s pretty valuable and worth the read, but make sure you have a solid 5-7 minutes before you start…
First off, thanks so much to everyone who attended the Iceland Q&A video from the other day. Lot’s of great questions and it was fun to re-live the trip through answering them. As always, if you can’t join in live we post the video here on the Plus member site. Thanks!
If you were a betting person, it’d be safe to place your bet that I’d always go for a photo that has no one else in it. It’s just who I am as a photographer and I’ve learned to embrace that, making it a part of my brand. However, as a photographer, I want to ensure that I leave myself room to grow and expand. Doing so increases my likelihood of broadening my capabilities and reach. It also helps me in my pursuit of creating unique photos.
In this short clip, Nicole S. Young demonstrates how to create a faded matte ‘vintage’ look using filters in ON1 Effects.
You can’t always control everything in a scene, especially when you’re in public places with lots of people. That’s when the Perfect Eraser comes to the rescue – it helps you get rid of unwanted objects and people from your backgrounds to create a beautifully clean finished photo! In this Short Clip video, Liz LePage will walk you through the simplicity of the Perfect Eraser and how easy it is to use.
Last month I spent a couple of days teaching at a conference in Cincinnati. I ventured outside the hotel for a quick walk, really having no thought of taking photos or doing a video. But as I got near the water and looked at the city skyline, I started wishing I had my camera there to grab some photos. Then I realized, I did have my camera – my phone! And I had a video camera too – my phone!
The Photo Filter in Effects is often overlooked. It’s not as flashy as some of its brethren filters. The likes of Dynamic Contrast, Vintage and Sunshine effects continually grab our attention. However, the Photo Filter is a very powerful filter and should be part of your stylization toolbox.
Hi everyone! It’s your ON1 Plus Guest Coach, Brian Matiash. During last week’s Live Q&A session, I fielded a question asked by ON1 Plus member, Anastasios and it really stuck a chord with me. His question focused on feeling like a lesser photographer because of the size of his camera compared to another photographer who was shooting next to him. Despite answering the question during the Q&A session, I just couldn’t shake it.
Hi all. Last week our guest coach, Brian Matiash, did a live Q&A called “Telling Your Visual Story”, and we got a great response. But I know everyone couldn’t make it in to watch live, so we recorded it and (as always) post it here to the Plus website for you to watch. The video is below. Feel free to watch it and if you have any questions, don’t forget to hit the “Ask Brian” button on the right side, or in the Discussion menu. Enjoy!
Pretty open ended question huh? I have an idea for an exercise, and I’d love to see a photo (yes, One photo – not a photographer) that inspires you. A photo that you wish you’d taken. If you don’t immediately know where to go to find a photo, try searching/browsing through 500px.com or Flickr.com, or just do a google search. Just one photo though. Easy enough right?
Big news! I wanted to take a quick moment to introduce your guest coach for the next two weeks. You all know him… you all love him… and some of you even knowingly love him… the one… the only… Mr. Brian Matiash! (insert trumpets sounding here) :-)
When doing any type of masking in ON1 Photo 10, I find that I work much more efficiently when I add keyboard shortcuts to my workflow.
Watch ON1 Guru Nicole S. Young use a color fill layer as display preview to make masking easier.
Using ON1 Effects – Watch me customize the color options using the Color Enhancer filter options menu. The Color Enhancer filter in ON1 Effects is great for boosting color and vibrance. It’s also great when you need to downplay color in your photo to emphasize your subject.