Prepare your photos for print in minutes using ON1 Photo RAW. Using soft proofing you will be able to see how your photo will look on paper when it’s printed. You can also choose different color profiles to help if you are printing on different printers and paper or if a photo lab needs a certain color profile to print from. The gamut warnings will show you all of the colors that won’t translate well onto paper. If you need to adjust any settings, create a version of your photo that you can adjust, rather than modifying your original copy.
Getting the color out of your printer to match what you see on screen is the job of your color management system. Both Mac OS and Windows have built-in color management systems to enable this, along with the apps you use for photography. In order for color management to work properly, you need a profile for each of your devices. The profile acts like a fingerprint for the color for the device. The color management system uses these profiles to translate the color interpretation of one device to another. In this latest post I explain how color management works inside of ON1.
In this final video I’ll talk about the various options when outputting your photos, whether it be for web, print or something else.
See how to get your work exported from Photo RAW 2017. It’s easy to share right from Browse, Develop and Effects. You can also see how to share your photos using the free ON1 iOS app, Photo Via.
No matter what module you’re using in ON1 Photo RAW 2017, printing is a breeze and you can get your photos processed easily.
When getting your images ready to print, Sharpening is an important step. Many digital printers cause your prints to lose a small amount of detail, so sharpening can help add crispness to the edges in your images. While the concept may feel confusing, this video should help you figure out how to sharpen your images in a flash!
Some photographers just don’t have access to a large format printer and renting one can be expensive. Tiling helps you create large format files, but cuts the image down into manageable, smaller “tiles” that can be pieced back together after they’ve been printed.
The Gallery Wrap feature in ON1 Resize helps you create seamless edges for future prints on canvas.
Presets are an incredible way to use ON1 Resize and help speed up the entire process. By accessing the Presets tab, you can choose a pre-packaged resizing formula built for your printer and paper type!
Hi all. We’re wrapping up our print week today with a video on sending your photos to some one else to print. It could be a photo lab, or just a friend with a printer. Either way, here’s some of the best methods and settings for saving your photos to print, if you’re not printing them yourself.
Now that we’ve finish edited our file, calibrated our monitor and soft-proofed the image, it’s time to make a print. I’ll showcase my workflow for creating a small test print (a hard-proof) before printing this image big. Tomorrow Matt is going to share a video about how to send your images off to have printed at a lab.
If you want to get really accurate prints, calibrating your monitor is critical. Without a well calibrated monitor, it’s tough to know if you are viewing accurate tones and colors as you edit and softproof your images. In the video below I’ll show you how I use my i1 Display Pro colorimeter to calibrate my display.
Welcome to Day 2 of print week. A few of the questions we get a lot when it comes to printing is how much do you sharpen your photos? How about Noise Reduction? And finally, how do you soft proof? Well, today we’ve put ’em all in to one topic, and believe it or not, it’s actually much easier than it all sounds. Enjoy!
We are so excited to kick off print week! Each day we’ll be covering a variety of topics to help you get your image from the digital darkroom to the wall. Soft-proofing, monitor calibration, printing yourself, sending prints out? We are covering it. Here’s a short print week introduction video that will let you know what to expect in the days ahead.