Quickly improve your portrait editing workflow in ON1 Photo Raw 2018 with these 5 simple tips. Photo Raw’s portrait tools make editing and culling photos easy and fast.
On sale for one week only – ON1 Photo Kit: Senior Fashion: Lighting, Posing, Workflow, Stylizing Now Available! This new ON1 Photo Kit includes everything you need for workflow and stylizing Senior Portraits and Lifestyle Photography. Watch the trailer and learn more.
Learn how to smooth skin and add monochrome looks to stylize your portrait and lifestyle photos with this free sample pack that includes this Video Training Chapter and Monochrome ON1 presets for Photo RAW 2018! The Life Captured – Monochrome ON1 Presets and full video course are part of the new ON1 Photo Kit – Senior Fashion: Lighting, Posing, Workflow, Stylizing by Whitney Stevens of Bliss Studio and Joshua Carter of Life Captured – now available!
We’ve teamed up with Tamara Lackey to launch a new and fun video series – How to Photograph Everything. Each month we will post a new episode with new scenes that include shooting and editing in ON1 Photo RAW. In each video Tamara shows how to set up the shot, camera settings, and different things to try out. Tamara also chooses her favorite photo from the shoot and walks you through her editing process in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
Stylize your portrait and lifestyle photos with this free sample pack of ON1 presets for Photo RAW 2018! The Bliss Studio Premium Fashion ON1 Presets are part of the new ON1 Photo Kit – Senior Fashion: Lighting, Posing, Workflow, Stylizing by Whitney Stevens of Bliss Studio and Joshua Carter of Life Captured – now available!
So we already talked about the Science behind Luminosity Masks and how to use them with Landscapes.
This week we are going to look at how we can use Luminosity Masks with Portraits. Don’t read too far into this, in reality, it is no different than using them with Landscapes. All of the principles remain the same we just have to decide where we want the viewer to focus. Luminosity Masks can be instrumental with portraits, they are not just Landscape tools!
An area many photographers often struggle with is finding quick ways to retouch their portraits. In this video, I will share how I retouch my portraits using Skin Retouching filter in effects, retouch brush and local adjustments for making the eyes pop. With just a little effort you can make your subjects have flawless skin.
Check out a few of my tips for making standard portrait and wedding shots look magnificent!
Air Date: August 17th, 2017
Whitney Stevens of Bliss Studio heads to the Oregon coast to photograph a family mini event! Learn some sky replacement techniques in the Effects module of ON1 Photo RAW 2017.
One of my favorite parts of my job is being able to share my love for photography with the team at ON1. As we design, create, build and market I like to help both inspire and grow everyone’s passion for what we do. As photographers we all understand how being inspired can take you to the next level. It can feed your passion for what you love and help you grow.
Today I interviewed a good friend and fellow photographer, Joshua Carter with Life Captured Photography. He is primarily a High School Senior photographer in a small town in Missouri. I have had the pleasure and honor of working with him for many years now and am excited to both interview and share with you guys a little about this amazing photographer.
Get a free sample pack of ON1 Presets and Textures from the newest ON1 Photo Kit: Outdoor Portraiture by Liz LePage – coming soon!
I am excited to start this workflow video at the very beginning with some important lighting tips for capturing your subject. I was inspired by a new tire swing photo prop and wanted to give it a test run. I will share how I approached the lighting challenges for this location and then I will edit a couple photos in ON1 Effects to show you how I completed my inspiration for this session with a beautiful summer finish.
In my final video, I want to show off all the fun fancy effects I like to use on my portraits during post processing. Keep in mind this part of the portrait editing workflow comes at the very end after I have done all my portrait retouching. Please ask me any questions in the comments section below!
Hi everybody! In this next video, I am going to show you my retouching methods and explain why I use frequency separation to edit portraits in Photoshop. If you’re not a Photoshop user, don’t worry! Jump ahead to 28:50 and I will show you the ON1 retouching workflow.