I’m just back from an epic 10 days with my family, photo gear and some kitesurfing friends on the Sea of Cortez. Excited to see a clear dawn forecast with a new moon rising over La Ventana Bay at blue-hour, I got up early one morning only to find an unexpected marine layer blocking it. In this video I’ll talk about how I try to shift photographic gears and work in new ways when things don’t go as planned. I’ll also talk about my strategies for balancing my passion for photography with enjoying my family when we’re all on trips like this.
Easily organize and manage your photos inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Learn some tips that will help you breeze through culling and rating. Lastly, learn how to color label folders to save time when editing and exporting.
Learn how to quickly smooth and retouch skin inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. The first way is to use the Skin Retouching filter inside of the Effects Tab to remove any blemishes. You could also use the Portrait Tab to detect any faces and apply more specific skin, eye, and mouth retouching. Finally you can retouch skin by duplicating your portrait and blurring the skin tones to soften the face.
Join Hudson Henry for an exclusive ON1 Plus live event covering all your questions from his most recent course, Shoot to Print. Hudson will be on hand to answer and elaborate on any of the questions you have after watching the course.
Hey everyone! Hudson here, one of the questions I get most frequently after people see the giant printer in my studio is “how can I get better prints?”. I have good news and bad news, printing is a little bit of an art in itself, just as difficult as capturing great images in the field. In this Shoot to Print course, I am going to cover everything and demystify the complete process. When you’re done watching, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to get better AND more consistent prints.
If you are looking to save a few clicks, learn new shortcuts, or optimize your workflow, keep reading. I’ve put together ten tips which can help speed up your photo editing workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Many of the tips you can find in our trusty ON1 Photo RAW 2019.2 User Guidebook, and I list the page number and link where you can find a more detailed explanation for specific tips.
Here we are again with another fun episode of How to Photograph Everything! Join me in the studio for this episode and learn some tips and techniques for posing your models.
We’re excited to announce an all-new ON1 Plus series “How to Shoot.” This new set of training videos will feature iconic scenes and locations. Each video is designed to help you understand everything you need to know about capturing the perfect photograph based on the scene and considerations for editing the photos. Later this year you’ll see how to shoot many other popular scenes including; outdoor portraiture, cityscapes, the milky way, in-studio products, sunrise/sunset/blue hour, fireworks and concert and events.
Quickly give your photo a high key look inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. First, pull up on your exposure slider to brighten up your shot. Then you can use your Local Adjustments to darken your subject area so that it has some contrast and detail. Then use filters in Effects to stylize.
Learn how to create a stylistic composite using the AI Quick Mask Tool inside ON1 Photo RAW 2019. First we will mask out our background from our subject. We can use this as our guide when we are blending layers together. Then we will use our Masking Brush to remove and add different textures onto our composite. From there we will top off the photo with some birds for a creative flare. Lastly we will merge the layers together into a New Stamped Layer and stylize with a LUTs Filter.