Let’s take a look at a comparison of the processing speed between ON1 Photo 10.5 and the new ON1 Photo RAW – with its new fast module switching and nondestructive workflow. You’ll notice how in ON1 Photo RAW it only took us about 43 seconds – in ON Photo 10.5 it takes twice as long. Everything is faster in ON1 Photo RAW – faster file opening, faster module switching, faster adjustments, and faster file saving.
Hi everyone! Wondering what’s in store for next year in ON1 Plus? Well, we have some really exciting new photography coaches, training, and features coming in 2017 we want to share with you. You may remember the survey we made a few months back requesting your feedback, the community responded and we listened. Here is a small taste of what’s in store for 2017…
Matt and I are really excited to see the images you guys choose to submit for this challenge. Matt knocked it out of the park with his introduction of the challenge yesterday, so I’ll just add this video that gives you some guidance and visual examples of what we are looking for in the images you submit for this challenge.
Creating a collage gives you thousands of options and that makes them so much fun! Watch me show you the basics for creating a collage using ON1 Layers. In this video will learn how to access ON1 Extras, import your own creative elements, and build a collage with them. With ON1 Layers there are endless possibilities and it’s fast and easy to create something wonderful!
Matt shows one of the first looks at the new ON1 Photo RAW. Photo RAW is the first next-generation RAW processor that’s designed for modern photographers. It’s built from the ground up for speed.
Don’t miss the ON1 Photo RAW Sweepstakes – enter here!
Portland OR – September 18, 2016 – ON1 Inc. today announced the Photo RAW Sweepstakes, ahead of their November release of ON1 Photo RAW.
Individuals can enter for the chance to win ON1 Photo RAW and some great photography prizes including Wacom® tablets, Sony® Mirrorless cameras, both B&H and Amazon® gift cards, an Apple® Ipad® Pro, and a DJI® Phantom 4 Quadcopter. New prizes are awarded to lucky winners each week for the next 8 weeks.
A few filters in ON1 Effects is all you need to make the subject stand out in the scene. Watch ON1 Guru Scott Davenport show you the simple yet powerful adjustments that will make your subject pop.
Watch me convert a photo to black and white using ON1 Effects 10. I prefer to stack multiple filters and by using dynamic contrast with a vignette it gives the photo a more dramatic feel. Always remember to take advantage of the powerful masking tools and highlight your subject, like the chair in this scene. I hope you enjoy this short clip and find a good for to convert!
There’s probably going to come a time where you want to put some great looking, professional and beautiful text on to your photos. After all, if you’re going to add text to a nice photo, why ruin it with yucky looking type. So I thought I’d round up 3 ways that I’ve used that work really well. Now, in full disclosure, when I really need to add type to an image I use Photoshop. That said, my typography skills aren’t where they need to be, so it never really looks that good.
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