In this video, you are going to learn how to process a photo in the ON1 Develop tab. Learn how to crop and correct your image by modifying the sliders. Develop is the tab for performing basic global editing operations—adjusting tone and color, removing noise, sharpening and more. It is the perfect place to begin editing your photos, especially if you are using ON1 Photo RAW 2019 as a standalone editor. And, with the full non-destructive editing capabilities of Photo RAW, you can return at any time to Develop and adjust your edits.
The Develop module is the place where you do your raw processing in ON1 Photo RAW 2018. The basics like: exposure, contrast, white balance, cropping, and other photo adjustments can all be done through the develop module. Brushes for retouching as well as zooming and panning options are available for optimal photo cleanup.
Soft Proofing is a new feature in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 – coming soon. Soft proofing is the ability to view a simulation of how your image will look when printed based on specific printer and paper profiles. This new feature coming to ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 will allow you to simulate what your photos look like when they are printed on certain types of paper.
A new local adjustment feature is just for noise. This allows you to decrease or increase noise locally which also allows you to selectively control the amount of noise in certain areas of your photo.
One of the new options in Photo RAW 2018 is the ability to paint with color. This allows you to paint with a solid color or replace the color of an object in the photo.
New in ON1 Photo RAW 2017.6 (coming later this month) is the new option for adjusting white balance on your photos. When processing raw photos, the color temperature range is now measured in Kelvin degrees, giving you a larger and more accurate range to make adjustments.
ON1 Photo RAW 2017 makes photo editing fast and easy. I concentrate on three things when editing photos: Tone, Color and Style. In this ON1 Short Clip, I use the speed of the Develop module and the flexibility of Local Adjustments to quickly process and style a final image. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
The New Details Pan in Develop combines sharpening and noise reduction. These two controls tend to fight each other so we put them together in the new version. Whenever adjusting sharpening or noise reduction you will always want to make sure to zoom to 100% so you can see how these adjustments are being applied to your photo. We have also improved noise reduction so you get better results and be able to control how it is applied to both luminance and color noise. The new Details Pane is going to give you the optimal sharpness and noise reduction.
Of all the retouching tools included in ON1, one of the best is the Clone Stamp tool. In version 2017.5, the Clone Stamp is available in the non-destructive workflow part of Develop and Effects.
Not every sunrise or sunset is golden, but you can flip the script and make a beautiful photo out of a “blue hour.” Watch me bring out the vibrant colors in this scene. Then, with the powerful Local Adjustments tools, I add the finishing touches to complete his photo.
In this tutorial I will share how to enhance the colors to make them pop as well as how to blend or replace the sky. We will start in Develop to make a few exposure improvements and then go into Effects. In effects I will start with one of the new Color Film presets, make a few adjustments and then add a sky to finish it off.
Develop is where you’ll get started editing your photos. Liz provides an overview of the tools you’ll need to get started.
Ever wanted to know the reason to shoot in raw? Liz LePage provides this short video explaining the reasons to shoot in raw and how you can benefit in post processing.
Develop is the best place to start editing. Liz LePage goes over the adjustments you need to get the results you want.
Get an in-depth look at all of the advanced options available inside of ON1 Develop! In Part 1, you’ll get to learn about Curves, Color Adjustment, Black & White, Glow & Noise Reduction.