ON1 Software and Video Educator Dylan Kotecki will show you tips and tricks in ON1 Photo RAW to enhance your landscape photography workflow.
Quickly fix and enhance any photo using local adjustment layers inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Local adjustments are a great tool to use when you’re looking to apply edits to particular areas on your photo. They are non-destructive and allow you to manipulate, fix, and enhance any specific area on your shot. They are great for subduing distractions or adding in areas of exposure and detail. You can use your local adjustment brush or gradient to apply styles to different areas. Once you’ve applied a local adjustment you can always go back and readjust those controls later.
Easily edit action photos using ON1 Photo RAW. Setting the overall tone for your action photos is important especially if they are a little underexposed. Once the tone and color is set for your photo, you can use your crop tool to make sure whatever is doing the action is the main subject of your frame. After setting the tonality and cropping, head into Effects to start adding creative filters to your action shot.
Learn how to create stylistic looking photos using split toning inside ON1 Photo RAW. Using split toning you can take your photo to new levels. Simply choose which color you want to use for your highlights and which color to use for shadows. Once you have your color tones picked, you can start editing the split tone controls to create a unique look. Remember to try colors that are going to improve upon your photo.
Removing objects when editing your photos with the clone stamp tool is a breeze in ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how the clone stamp tool helps you speed up your retouching workflow. The clone stamp tool is a powerful retouch tool that allows you to remove or move objects, people, and textures in your photo. To access the clone stamp tool just hit the “s” key on your keyboard. Using the clone stamp tool you can quickly and easily remove large or small objects in ON1 Photo RAW.
Lens blur is a great way to create depth of field and blur out objects when photo editing inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how you can use lens blur to emulate a shallow depth of field in your photos. Using lens blur is a great way, but you can also use it to soften distractions. Using masking gradients can help you create a realistic looking lens blur that will help your subject pop.
Quickly enhance portraits using ON1 Photo Raw 2018. Portrait photos often require some post-processing, learn how you can transform your basic capture into a stunning portrait using only three basic tools. Easily process, retouch, and refine your portrait with Photo Raw. Applying selective edits to portraits can help you improve your model’s features and bring them back to how you envisioned them when you were photographing. Learn these simple tricks to enhance your portrait using only local adjustments, your retouch brush, and a single filter.
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!
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.
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.
I was honored to be a part of the Spring into Summer campaign and jumped on board with a fun video on High School Seniors. As we head into summer, Senior season is in full swing for a lot of studios. At the beginning of the season I enjoy creating a few new presets, inspired by my first couple sessions. Styles and trends are always evolving as well as my mood can vary when I am editing the start of a new season of seniors.
Of all the retouching tools included in ON1, one of the best is the Clone Stamp tool. In version 2017.5, the Clone Stamp is available in the non-destructive workflow part of Develop and Effects.
We’ve reached part 7 where we work with portrait photos that include multiple faces which require different skin retouching settings.
In part 5 of this series I will show how you can retouch just the eyes and mouth in your portrait photos. Whiten, brighten, sharpen, and make the eyes and teeth look amazing.
In part 4 of this series I pick up where we left off with skin retouching. In this video I show more advanced skin retouching options for working on your portrait photos in ON1 Photo (RAW) 2017.