As you get ready for ON1 Photo Raw, and start to think about organizing a little more in ON1 Browse, Albums are sure to come up as a topic. So, in this video, I thought I’d talk about 2 ways that albums can help out vs. a traditional folder-based organizational system.
Hey everyone, I’m Whitney from Bliss Studio and I want to talk to you about one of the many new features in ON1 Photo RAW.
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Use the Noise Reduction filter in ON1 Effects with blending modes and luminosity masks to target very specific areas of your photo without elaborate masking. Watch me show you how you have ultimate noise reduction control with ON1 Photo 10.
Hey everyone! Here’s the latest round of photo critiques. As always, a huge thanks to everyone that submitted. Lots of amazing photos were submitted!
As you’ve probably heard by now, ON1 Photo RAW has a new rendering pipeline which leverages the power of your graphics processor (GPU). This architectural change was made to improve performance and have better support for large high-dpi displays. One of the biggest benefits is the reduction in amount of memory required.
Since we’re still in the midst of the Lighting challenge, I thought I’d give you a few tips on editing photos where the light didn’t cooperate. Keep in mind, the lighting challenge is really about you finding good light, and not necessarily editing the photo to make it good. But in the future, hopefully these tips come in handy.
ON1 Photo RAW allows for a much smoother and natural editing experience when adding or adjusting filters. In fact, it’s much easier to add and adjust filters in your stack and between modules with new mid stack rendering. Mid stack rendering allows you to make adjustments and see them in real time without turning off effects higher in the stack.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by the saying “It’s all about the light”, you’re not alone. Or maybe I’m the only one :-)
But I wanted to do a quick video for you that talks a little about my journey with “light” in photography. How I really didn’t understand what good light and bad light meant when I first started. I really wish some one just gave me a recipe of things to look for, which is more of what I talk about in this video. Hope you enjoy! :-)
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.