I want to quickly show you how to create a Cinematic Look in this short video using new LUTs. Customers love the new LUTs feature in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. You can stack, blend, and mask many different LUTs together, and you have full control of all the tools as you normally would in the Effects module. I will pull it all together by adding a border using the Borders filter.
There are a few different ways to add interest to a dull sky without having to completely replace the sky when it comes to photo editing. A quick and easy way is to use the tone enhancer in ON1 Photo RAW 2018. It’s one method that works extremely well. If you’ve ever had a photo where you have a great foreground and subject, but the sky just doesn’t quite make the cut this is perfect. Remember, it’s not always necessary to replace the entire sky.
Classic darkroom looks are classic for a reason. They add mood and sophistication that you can’t get any other way and they’re a great finishing touch on your photo. Learn how to easily make 3 of the classic looks in this video.
Using the Lens Blur filter in ON1 Effects, learn how to quickly simulate shallow depth of field on your photos. A little bit can go a long way to creating a stunning photo.
Glows can add atmosphere and mystery to your photos. Sometimes a pre-made glow effect just doesn’t do the trick. In this video, you’ll learn how to quickly make one of your own from ON1 Guru Jim Welninski.
Sometimes a photograph needs just a little tweaking to go from good to great. When used together, Layers and Effects can be a powerful combination. In this video, you’ll learn to use them to gain maximum control over your edit and your artistic vision. By the end, you’ll know how to quickly enhance a sky and how to tweak the foreground subject so the edit looks seamless.
Not every sunrise or sunset is golden, but you can flip the script and make a beautiful photo out of a “blue hour.” Watch me bring out the vibrant colors in this scene. Then, with the powerful Local Adjustments tools, I add the finishing touches to complete his photo.
In this Short Clip, I’ll show you how to transform a photo into a power black and white photo using ON1 Photo RAW. I’ll also explain the key differences between the Black & White adjustment panel in Develop vs. the Black & White filter in Effects.
In March, Hudson Henry and I took a trip to Moab to scout and shoot Arches National Park. Like any photo adventure we had good times, we had some turbulence, but we walked away with some stellar images. We both left speechless by the beauty of Arches National Park.
Adding a black & white matte can really change the mood of an image giving it that extra finish that is needed. Creating a matte BW look is simple and once you have the steps it will lead you to creating many different types of matte looks even color ones.
We cap our mini portrait workflow series with part 8 – Using Presets. I go through some of the built-in presets in ON1 Photo 2017 which are great for using on portraits. Presets are the perfect starting point for styling and making amazing looking portrait shots.
Part 6 of this series is where I cover how you can creatively focus your viewers attention on your subject matter in a portrait. See how you can put less focus on the distracting elements to draw attention to your subjects.
Just a few minutes in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 can transform a photo from dull & flat to detailed & vibrant. I use Develop to remove some distractions and then some basic adjustments to enhance the colors in the photo. I’ll then jump to Effects to darken the bottom of the photo with a gradient mask and “apply to”. Once I’m done I’ll boost the detail with Dynamic Contrast and finish off the photo by adding a spotlight vignette.
ON1 Guru, Blake Rudis, takes us through an entire workflow in this extended video clip. He will show us his classic Tone, Color and Artistic Effects Workflow steps, but with the ON1 Photo RAW spin on it.
ON1 Photo RAW 2017 works hand in hand with Adobe® Photoshop©. In this video, Dan Harlacher shows how to integrate Photo RAW with Photoshop to create and style a panorama. He also shows some quick tips along the way.