Removing objects when editing your photos with the clone stamp tool is a breeze in ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how the clone stamp tool helps you speed up your retouching workflow. The clone stamp tool is a powerful retouch tool that allows you to remove or move objects, people, and textures in your photo. To access the clone stamp tool just hit the “s” key on your keyboard. Using the clone stamp tool you can quickly and easily remove large or small objects in ON1 Photo RAW.
Lens blur is a great way to create depth of field and blur out objects when photo editing inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how you can use lens blur to emulate a shallow depth of field in your photos. Using lens blur is a great way, but you can also use it to soften distractions. Using masking gradients can help you create a realistic looking lens blur that will help your subject pop.
This is my favorite new feature in Photo RAW 2018! Now, you can not only create luminosity masks, you can tweak them as well. In this video, you’ll learn how to use this super-powerful feature.
Follow along with ON1 Plus Head Coach Hudson Henry as he shows how to use ON1 HDR included with ON1 Photo RAW 2018. He walks you through how he approaches a scene with high contrast. He uses several adjustments in the HDR module and then finishes off the photo in ON1 Effects.
Check out a few of my tips for making standard portrait and wedding shots look magnificent!
See how to create a dreamy landscape with Photo RAW 2018. We will do some quick corrections in Develop and then pop the trees with Local Adjustments. Then jump over to Effects to add Dynamic Contrast and the Sunshine filter for a touch of glow.
Grab a coffee and a comfortable seat for this ON1 Workflow video. Earlier this summer I visited Japan and was able to photograph Seiganto-ji, an impressive temple and pagoda with Nachi Falls pouring through the lush forest. It’s a classic photo, and one that was on my “photo bucket list” – until now!
Adding a color grade can not only make managing color easier, it also allows you to create mood and pull the whole photo together.
How many times have you taken a photo far into the creative editing process only to find out that you can’t get the tones where you want them?
Has this ever happened to you? You’re in a great location, you have a great subject, and you think you got the shot. But when you get home, you realize that your exposure is not as good as you hoped it would be.
It is unfortunate that we can’t always have the most abundant skies when we are out and about. My wife always says, “It’s a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky!” I can’t stand it, as a landscape photographer we need those puffy softboxes to drown out shadows and add interest to that big blue blob of negative space.
So, what do you do?
I was honored to be a part of the Spring into Summer campaign and jumped on board with a fun video on High School Seniors. As we head into summer, Senior season is in full swing for a lot of studios. At the beginning of the season I enjoy creating a few new presets, inspired by my first couple sessions. Styles and trends are always evolving as well as my mood can vary when I am editing the start of a new season of seniors.
In this Short Clip, I’ll show you how to transform a photo into a power black and white photo using ON1 Photo RAW. I’ll also explain the key differences between the Black & White adjustment panel in Develop vs. the Black & White filter in Effects.
We’ve reached part 7 where we work with portrait photos that include multiple faces which require different skin retouching settings.
In part 5 of this series I will show how you can retouch just the eyes and mouth in your portrait photos. Whiten, brighten, sharpen, and make the eyes and teeth look amazing.