Today, I’m covering an official update for the ON1 product roadmap. A lot has been changing in the world of photography, and not just the changes here at ON1. So, how do we see it changing? What changes will impact the way photographers work?
Welcome to Color Management by Hudson Henry. In this course, we’re going to dive into the color management workflow in a simple and easy to understand way. Color management can be an intimidating topic, color spaces, ICC profiles, monitor/printer calibration, soft proofing the list goes on… This course aims to bring clarity to the process—so you can get the results you want without the hassle.
Hi everyone! We’re excited to add the first ePublication to the NEW ON1 Plus Bookshelf; Luminosity Masking Made Easy by John Clark. This 9 page PDF focuses on one of the most powerful editing techniques. You can download and read on any device or print each PDF to keep forever.
The new ON1 Plus Bookshelf will include written materials like step-by-steps, tool guides, and cheat sheets along with other creative materials.
When editing photos, masking can be a potent tool in post-processing. The ability to apply filters and adjustments selectively using masking techniques opens an entirely new world of possibilities with a photo’s look. Factor into that the tools needed to mask or brush away layers and objects, and you’re well on your way to creating a work of art with a composite of images. With an array of masking tools, ON1 Photo RAW makes selective editing with masking incredibly fun and easy. Here are some of my favorite tips and tricks for getting the most out of my masks.
The ON1 Creative Styles E-Book is the perfect tool for learning how to stylize and create captivating images inside Photo RAW 2020. This book is for the photographer looking to take their editing skills above and beyond. The photographer who isn’t afraid to tinker and discover, knowing they aren’t limited to a specific set of sliders or editing “rules.”
In this video, ON1’s Dylan Kotecki is going to walk you through the basics of product photography. He will cover gear considerations, explore various lighting setups, and explain how to stage a scene.
After the shoot, he’ll take the photos he captured at different exposures by light painting and combine them into a single composite with simple masking and blending techniques. This video will be made free to all Plus members later this month.
This new ON1 video course is the the most comprehensive we’ve ever created. Simply titled “Composition” includes in-depth in the field training and post-processing with ON1 Photo RAW 2020. Hudson’s passion for creating dramatic still and motion imagery is infectious. In this course, he aims to increase your technical skills shooting and editing, but more importantly help you develop your own distinct creative vision.
Happy Halloween! No tricks, only treats in this October recap and preview of what’s ahead in ON1 Plus. It was a packed month of new videos and the release of ON1 Photo RAW 2020 — if you need to download and install the latest version, get it here → A special welcome all you new members, thanks for joining the Plus community. Please enjoy these highlights and sneak peek of what’s coming next.
Today, we announce the official availability of the new ON1 Photo RAW 2020. This new version is the first release in a new line of creative products we announced back in August.
“Customers will immediately notice the speed and quality improvements we’ve made under-the-hood. A lot of great feedback came in from our beta users, and we were able to deliver on their requests in this version,” says Craig Keudell, President and CEO.
Today we announce the availability of the public beta of the new ON1 Photo RAW 2020. This new version is the first product to be released in ON1’s new line of creative products announced in August. This professional-grade photo organizer, raw processor, layered editor, and effects app, is available as an all-in-one photography application. Photography Your Way, The ON1 Difference. Most mainstream photo software solutions take away control of your photography by locking away the organization and editing of your photos into closed systems. These solutions metaphorically hold your photos hostage by only allowing access to the tools and features you need as long as you pay up and stay within their system. You even have to store your photos in their cloud system to use them.