Those who know me, know I’ve been shooting HDR for a long time. So the addition of HDR to ON1 Photo RAW 2018 was a natural fit for my workflow. In this video I’ll share some of my own personal tips and tricks and you can learn all about HDR and Color Range Masking in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
Using the masking tools in ON1 Photo RAW 2018, learn how to quickly replace a boring sky with one that makes the scene truly stand out.
One of the handy new tools in version 2018 is the ability to create a color range mask. This allows you to target certain color ranges using a mask which you can then use to selectively apply an effect or filter.
New masking options in ON1 Photo RAW 2018 allow you to adjust the density of masks and feather the edges of masks for a smooth transition. The Density slider lets you adjust or fade the overall mask and the Feather slider lets you globally blur the mask to adjust how sharp or precise the mask is.
A luminosity mask is basically a black and white rendition of the photo and these masks are great for allowing you to target tonal ranges with specific effects or filters. I quickly show how to make a few quick adjustments in Develop and then jump over to effects to use the Luminosity Mask feature.
If you need to clean up the edges of your masks in Effects we are adding the Blur and Chisel Mask tools. The Chisel Tool is perfect for removing halos that may remain along the edges of your mask. It will remove just a small amount of pixels from the edge. The Blur Tool is perfect for only blurring or feathering the edge of your mask. Softening the edges of your mask will allow for a more natural transition when blending photos together.
A photograph with a strong and clear subject grabs a viewer’s attention. ON1 Photo RAW makes it fast and simple to accentuate the subject in your scene. Join me as I use filters and masks to make my photo’s subject pop.
Masking is a technology that sits underneath a lot of the features that you use everyday in ON1 Photo RAW 2017. Combining multiple photos, brushing in or out effects, sky or face swapping- it’s all masking! I show you how masking is used throughout each module: Develop, Effects, and Layers, and how to use each different tool to get the best mask possible for each.
In this workflow video, you will learn how to effectively use the tools, their advanced features, and some tips and tricks to create your own beautiful masks throughout ON1 Photo RAW 2017.
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Masking doesn’t need to be confusing or complicated! Watch as Liz introduces you to all the basic concepts of how to mask and all of ON1 Layers’ easy tools to make your images shine.
Filters are wonderfully versatile and come with tons of fun options. Masking, or the ability to selectively apply filters where you want them, can completely transform your images in exciting new ways!
Masking is such a tough technique to do well, especially when you want to make a quick adjustment to your photo. Luckily, all of the advanced masking tools from ON1 Layers can be found in ON1 Effects. Accessing a few specific tools can help you make an advanced selection without spending hours masking a complicated photo!
In this video, I show how to add selective sharpening to a photo with masking inside of ON1 Effects.
In this short video, I demonstrate how to add brightness and color to eyes using masking and blending in ON1 Layers.