Hi again everyone, I am having a ton of fun this month in ON1 Plus, thank you for watching my videos and leaving comments. What we’re going to cover today is a little different, restoring a scanned film negative photograph. It doesn’t matter if you’re editing scanned film or digital file but there are some considerations. Black and white conversion is a great way to enhance a photos story or mood. I hope you enjoy, as always leave comments and questions below.
Tag: Photo Editing
With the Painterly Sunset Look, we will add some style and texture using a Luminosity Mask. Then we will mix in a little Glow and Sunshine into our water to blend. To top it all off we will add a small amount of Photo Filter.
Using The Monochromatic Look we will cook up a colorless masterpiece. Combing Sunshine and Curves filters will create our base. From there we will mix in some Dynamic Contrast for detail. To top if off we will stir in a mixture of Black & White and modify to taste.
Today I want to talk about a genre I love in photography, panoramas. In this video, I will share my recommendations for shooting scenes by considering the nodal point and parallax. Finally, I want to share with you a series of shots I took with my drone that I will edit in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Enjoy and as always leave your questions and comments below.
In this Double Exposure look we will mix up a few layers to make a creative composition. First we will position our layers so that we can mask and blend them. We will mix in a little film grain and then we will stir in an accent layer to add style and garnish.
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In the Vintage look we will create a retro look by mixing in a few filters and some basic tonality. First let’s set the tone and color inside of Develop. From there we will stir in a LUTs and Vintage filter to add the old school style. Then we’ll top off with a light leak and a vignette.
Today we announce ON1 Photo RAW 2019, an all-new photo editing experience and a major upgrade to ON1 Photo RAW, is available. ON1 Photo RAW 2019 includes all-new features and technologies along with a streamlined workflow that is elegant, powerful and easy to learn. Notable new features include a new non-destructive workflow for layers, auto-alignment of layers, focus stacking, a new portrait tab, a new text tool, new digital asset management updates and more. ON1 Photo RAW 2019 includes the tools photographers need in a single well thought out photography workflow application.
Easily paint light into your photo to stir up the style. Start by cropping and developing the tone and color. Add a Sunshine filter to add some contrast and fall color. Mix in a couple local adjustment layers so you can add light and dark into specific areas. Finish with a Vignette to taste.
Prepare an elegant black and white photo from scratch. First bring out some tone and color inside of Develop. Then take the photo into the Portrait tab to add some retouching. Finally, mix in black and white to stylize and finish.
Cook up a cinematic look in minutes. Use exposure, shadows, and blacks to reveal some underlying tonalities. Apply different filters such as Split Tone and Curves to add cinematic style to the photo. Top it off with a local adjustment gradient and modify to taste.
Hi Everyone! In this video, I’ll show you how I blend multiple exposures when HDR is not an option. With the new auto alignment in ON1 Photo RAW 2019 I can easily blend two photographs of this sailboat at sunset together using the gradient mask tool. Then I’ll share my trick for re-calibrating my eyes when applying adjustments. Download the practice files and follow along with me! Please feel free to leave your comments and questions below.
New auto-align layers in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Easily combine multiple photos as layers, then automatically align them based on image content.
We’ve combined all of the modules to create a single place to do your editing. The different editing modules are now available as tabs to allow you to work in each seamlessly at once.
Create a stylish postcard look that will leave a lasting taste. Start by cropping and centering to a postcard size. Boost the tone and color and add stylistic filters to bring out the warm and deep colors. Garnish with a Border and text to finish.