Photoshop – ON1

Advanced Selections with Photoshop and Photo RAW

This is the fourth installment in the Photo RAW Workflow Video Series.  In case you missed the first three lessons here they are:

  1. Introduction to the Workflow Series
  2. HDR Workflow with Adobe Camera Raw and Photo Raw
  3. Pano Workflow with Photoshop and Photo RAW

In this lesson, I will show you how to use Advanced Selections in Photoshop to refine the dynamic range in a photograph.  We will use Photo RAW to expand the dynamic range in the example photo and then head into Photoshop to refine the image with custom tone and color selections.  We will also cover a really quick method for making striking Black and White images using Custom Selections.

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Pano Workflow with Photoshop and Photo RAW

This is the third installment in the Photo RAW Workflow Video Series.  In case you missed the first two lessons:

  1. Introduction to the Workflow Series
  2. HDR Workflow with Adobe Camera Raw and Photo Raw

In this lesson, I will show you how I create a vertical Panorama using Photoshop and Photo RAW.  The pre-processing work will be done in Photoshop to stitch the images together, and the post-processing work will be completed in Photo RAW.  Most of the heavy lifting, or beautifying of the image, will be finalized in Photo RAW.

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Introduction to Photo RAW and Photoshop Workflow

In the first Lesson of my Photo RAW and Photoshop Workflow I just want to give you a mild introduction.  This course is an extension of the first course I did back in April of 2016, Photo Workflow Mastery.  The Mastery Course covers the topics of Tone, Color, and Artistic Effects in great detail.  It may be a good idea to refer to it for a refresher as those topics will not be covered in as much depth.

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Moving from Photoshop to ON1 With A New Layer

I always see a lot of questions about moving from Photoshop to ON1 and when it’ll automatically create a new layer. So here’s a quick video that goes over some of the options you have, as well as a quick shortcut if you ever need a new layer, even after you’ve returned from ON1. Enjoy!

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