Tag: How-To

All About Real Estate – Recorded Webinar

ON1 Software Educator Dylan Kotecki is back with a webinar all about real estate photography in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. Learn the basics of capturing and editing real estate as well as how to process your real estate photos in ON1 Photo RAW.

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How to Photograph Everything: Uncooperative Subjects

Learn how to photograph an uncooperative and Poisonous(!) Cane Toad with ON1 Guru Tamara Lackey.

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How To Photograph Everything: Shooting on Custom Backdrops

It’s a ton of fun to go out and find a unique backdrop to photograph your subject. But, what if we could create something artistic and creative to place our subject in front of right in the studio?

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Creating a Moody Portrait

Create stylistic and moody portraits inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how to take your portrait to creative heights using different tones and filters. You can easily find your photos inside of Browse and then compare groups of similar shots using compare view mode. Once you’ve culled through your selections and found your favorite, head into Develop to start creating a tonality for your photo. After giving your photo a basic look, use filters inside Effects to bring your moody portrait to life.

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Creative Filters for Amazing Night Photos

Quickly edit and enhance your night photography using creative filters inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how to elevate your night photos by quickly making tone and color adjustments. Using your exposure, contrast, and mid-tones sliders you can easily bring your night photo to life. Once you’ve added some tonality, you can head into Effects to bring creative flare to your photo.

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Easy Ways to Batch Edit Photos

Quickly take a unique style and apply it to multiple or batches of photos using ON1 Photo RAW 2018.

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Fix Any Photo Using Local Adjustments

Quickly fix and enhance any photo using local adjustment layers inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Local adjustments are a great tool to use when you’re looking to apply edits to particular areas on your photo. They are non-destructive and allow you to manipulate, fix, and enhance any specific area on your shot. They are great for subduing distractions or adding in areas of exposure and detail. You can use your local adjustment brush or gradient to apply styles to different areas. Once you’ve applied a local adjustment you can always go back and readjust those controls later.

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How to Edit Action Photography

Easily edit action photos using ON1 Photo RAW. Setting the overall tone for your action photos is important especially if they are a little underexposed. Once the tone and color is set for your photo, you can use your crop tool to make sure whatever is doing the action is the main subject of your frame. After setting the tonality and cropping, head into Effects to start adding creative filters to your action shot.

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How to Capture and Edit Lifestyle Photography

Learn basic tips to capturing lifestyle and commercial photography. When shooting lifestyle photography, it’s important to think about lighting and composition. Adding light by using artificial lights or by manipulating natural light can help keep your subjects well exposed. By shooting from different angles you can provide unique perspectives for your viewer. Try looking for vantage points you haven’t tried before to get different looks and interesting compositions.

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Add Detail to Any Photo

Quickly add detail to any photo using ON1 Photo RAW. Whether you’re adding detail to your entire photo or adding it into specific areas, ON1 Photo RAW makes it effortless. Learn different ways you can add detail into your photos and bring them to life.

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How to Capture and Edit Waterfalls

Want to create some stunning waterfall shots? Quickly learn some tips and tricks on photographing and editing waterfalls. From capturing to editing in ON1 Photo RAW, it’s incredibly easy. Use Develop to set your tone and color quickly, then take your photo into Effects to apply the finishing creative touches.

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Quick Masking Tips

In ON1 Photo RAW you can quickly and easily create and blend masks when editing photos. Use luminosity masks to blend filters and local adjustments to your photos easily. Luminosity masks will enable you to control your mask based on your photos bright and dark areas. Another easy way to blend a filter would be to use a color range mask. Color range masks allow you to create a mask using specific colors. Once you have a mask created, you can blend and refine it quickly using the masking tools.

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Why You Should Use Cataloged Folders

Cataloged folders in ON1 Photo RAW allow you to find, organize, and edit your photos quickly. Cataloged folders inside ON1 Photo RAW will also enable you to organize large groups of images quickly. Once you create a cataloged folder, your image preview files and metadata will be stored in a small media cache. This media cache allows you to browse and view through massive amounts of raw photo files instantly.

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Creatively Enhance Photos with Split Toning

Learn how to create stylistic looking photos using split toning inside ON1 Photo RAW. Using split toning you can take your photo to new levels. Simply choose which color you want to use for your highlights and which color to use for shadows. Once you have your color tones picked, you can start editing the split tone controls to create a unique look. Remember to try colors that are going to improve upon your photo.

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ON1 Recorded Webinar – Getting Started in ON1 Photo RAW 2018 with Dylan Kotecki

Learn the basics of ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5 with ON1 Educator Dylan Kotecki. A quick walk-through of each module and some basic Q&A from the audience.

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