Learn how to stay organized using folders and albums. Being able to drag and drop folders and subfolders is a quick way to move photos around. Using Cataloged Folders will allow you to browse through and manage your photos much faster. Albums are great for basic photo albums so you can access instantly. Creating Smart Albums will help you search through all your cataloged folders to find images based on your own specific criteria.
Tag: Tips & Tricks
ON1 Software Educator Dylan Kotecki is back with a webinar all about real estate photography in ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. Learn the basics of capturing and editing real estate as well as how to process your real estate photos in ON1 Photo RAW.
Create stylistic and moody portraits inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how to take your portrait to creative heights using different tones and filters. You can easily find your photos inside of Browse and then compare groups of similar shots using compare view mode. Once you’ve culled through your selections and found your favorite, head into Develop to start creating a tonality for your photo. After giving your photo a basic look, use filters inside Effects to bring your moody portrait to life.
Learn how to easily create a dynamic sky using ON1 Photo RAW. Photo RAW makes it incredibly easy to manipulate your sky and make it come to life. Just find your photo you want to edit and head into Layers. There you can quickly find different sky backgrounds to add onto your photo. Brushing in a new sky is a breeze with all of the mask refinement tools. Not only can you add in a sky but you can add in other elements as well such as bird or wildlife silhouettes. If you want to add any of your own extras into Photo RAW simply head up to File and then Manage Extras.
Quickly edit and enhance your night photography using creative filters inside of ON1 Photo RAW. Learn how to elevate your night photos by quickly making tone and color adjustments. Using your exposure, contrast, and mid-tones sliders you can easily bring your night photo to life. Once you’ve added some tonality, you can head into Effects to bring creative flare to your photo.
Quickly take a unique style and apply it to multiple or batches of photos using ON1 Photo RAW 2018.
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 basic tips to capturing lifestyle and commercial photography. When shooting lifestyle photography, it’s important to think about lighting and composition. Adding light by using artificial lights or by manipulating natural light can help keep your subjects well exposed. By shooting from different angles you can provide unique perspectives for your viewer. Try looking for vantage points you haven’t tried before to get different looks and interesting compositions.
Quickly add detail to any photo using ON1 Photo RAW. Whether you’re adding detail to your entire photo or adding it into specific areas, ON1 Photo RAW makes it effortless. Learn different ways you can add detail into your photos and bring them to life.
Today, in my new Tip of the Week series, I have three tips I recommend using when editing landscape photos inside of ON1 Photo RAW 2018.5. I can say with confidence that these three tips will quickly turn any landscape photo into a stunning scene. So consider using these three tools when you start to edit any landscape photo as you will likely find that they make a big difference in your edited photos.
Special note: In the release of ON1 Photo RAW 2019 we added the ability for customers to transfer their photos with raw processing and editing settings from Lightroom’s Develop module (including crop, retouching, and local adjustments) to ON1 Photo RAW 2019. That’s correct! The photos are also migrated non-destructively so they can be re-edited in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Learn more about the Lightroom® Migration here.
I see lots of questions from Adobe® Lightroom® users who use ON1 Photo RAW for Effects; but find themselves using other features in ON1 Photo RAW more and more. There seems to be an increase in the number of people curious about switching from Lightroom to ON1 Photo RAW. So I put together this top ten list to help explain how ON1 Photo RAW was similar to Lightroom and how it is different. So if are considering switching from Lightroom, please read on. Lets get started!
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.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads and grandpas out there! It is a perfect day to not only celebrate Dad’s but to celebrate relationships. I enjoy being able to photograph my husband with our kids embracing the things that they love to do together. If you have little ones, ask them what their favorite things are about their dad or what they love to do with them? If you asked my son, Lennox he says giving Daddy hugs (he’s three).
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.
ON1 Effects ships with many amazing textures and borders, but you can also create your own and easily import them. I’ll show you how to import both textures and borders and use them to create a vintage poster effect.