Ever feel overwhelmed or bogged down when sorting and editing a big folder of images from a shoot? I recently shot this video in Aruba to share some tips and tricks I use for importing and quickly culling a big memory card full of images down to just those essential few I want to actually edit while simultaneously marking images to delete later when I’m sure I’ve gotten all I need out of the shoot. I find this process is essential for sports/action, wildlife and portrait shoots where there are many similar images to choose from. Here I’ll show my comprehensive culling process with kiteboarding images and then do a little processing.
Quickly take a unique style and apply it to multiple or batches of photos using ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
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.
Are you frustrated with Apple Photos? Need help organizing thousands of photos? Use ON1 Photo RAW instead! There is a quick and easy way to export your Apple Photos Library so that you can start using the best photo management system available, built inside ON1 Photo RAW 2018. Don’t limit your photography and artistic ability with low-end organizing and editing tools.
Take a deep dive into the Browse module of ON1 Photo RAW 2018 in this tutorial video. Learn where all the features live, your next steps for organizing your photos, and advanced steps to becoming a pro in the Browse module of ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 now supports viewing video files in the Browse module so you can organize those as well. You will be able to copy, move, name, add metadata and more.
New to ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 in the Browse module – custom sorting options! This will give you the ability to do exactly as you would imagine, sort your photos in a custom order that you want them displayed.
It’s never been faster to get your photos from your camera into ON1 Photo RAW 2018. A new feature coming soon in the ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1 update, Import, will allow you to download, back-up, rename and add metadata and photo settings all in one step. Import will detect any camera or memory card that you have connected to your computer and allow you to copy them to your computer (import them) into ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
Set the date and time on your photos after you have taken them. Mainly for our world class travelers who find themselves in different timezones frequently. This will give you the ability to edit the capture date of your photos from within the browse module.
I see lots of questions from Adobe® Lightroom® users who use ON1 Photo RAW for Effects; but find themselves using other features in ON1 Photo RAW more and more. There seems to be an increase in the number of people curious about switching from Lightroom to ON1 Photo RAW. So I put together this top ten list to help explain how ON1 Photo RAW was similar to Lightroom and how it is different. So if are considering switching from Lightroom, please read on. Lets get started!
New in 2017.5 are the advanced searching options when you need to find your photos. You can now search using a variety of metadata fields and decide if the search must match all or any of the search criteria.
I’m excited to kick off this mini course for my portrait workflow using ON1 Photo (RAW) 2017. To start, we can’t skip out on one of the critical parts of a portrait workflow – Culling. So, we’ll start there. Enjoy!
Everyone organizes there photos differently. Before jumping into Photo RAW with your favorite photos, you’ll need to a few tips for getting them organized first. Using ON1 Browse, sorting through your photos is fast and will get you ready to edit in no time.
Organizing your photos can be an arduous task, especially when you have so many in a single folder. Tagging & Rating your images can help you cull photos faster, choose just the images you want to edit and filter out the photos you done.
If your camera records the GPS location of where your photos are shot, you can access the coordinates from any module in ON1 Photo 10. Great for relocating where you were when the shot was taken.