What a Ride Continues & We Hear You!

When I set out to write the three-part series about the ON1 past, present, and future, my goal was to paint a picture of a company that listens to photographers and outlines all the cool stuff we have in the works. I’ve read every one of your comments and emails; some good and some bad. Both are great and thank you for all the comments, feedback, and requests. The ON1 team considers all customer feedback invaluable, and I want to take the opportunity to address the most common themes. In the spirit of complete transparency, let’s dig in!

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The Best Is Yet To Come

The third and final post in a three-part series from ON1 Founder and President, Craig Keudell. View part 1 here, part 2 here.

As we celebrate 15 years of ON1 photography with new releases of ON1 360, ON1 Photo RAW 2020.5, and ON1 Photo Mobile, we wanted to share a little bit about what’s ahead in our product roadmap. Where do we see ON1’s focus a year from now, two years from now? As good as our software solutions are today, we believe the best is yet to come.

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ON1 360 Changes Everything

The second post in a three-part series from ON1 Founder and President, Craig Keudell. View part 1 here.

For the last 15 years at ON1, we’ve taken a lot of pride in being different from other photo software companies, and we couldn’t be more excited for the next 15 years. We promise to continue meeting your needs as a photographer by giving you a say in the products we develop, choices in how you purchase and deliver a complete line of software products for all photography workflows. ON1 will always be professional photography software designed by photographers, for photographers.

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What a Ride it’s Been

The first post in a three-part series from ON1 Founder and President, Craig Keudell.

July 1st marked our 15th year in business! Back in 2005, with just four employees, folding tables and chairs, and a tiny office, we set out to develop and deliver time-saving software solutions for professional and advanced amateur photographers in the digital photography and graphic design industries. Our goal was to create software that helped photographers spend more time behind their cameras, taking pictures instead of at their computer workstation.

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