In this video I will show you how I use Luminosity Masks in Effects 10 to add depth, drama and detail to my photos.
Watch me walk you through this long exposure post processing workflow following my recent trip to Yosemite National Park.
Admittedly, I don’t visit my family back in New York City nearly as often as I’d like to. One thing leads to another and the next thing I know, half a year has gone by. So, when I do get the opportunity to visit, I want to make the most of the time I have with them. Recently, I was able to fly out to NYC for a few days of downtime. On one of those days, my sister and I spent all of it roaming around various parts of downtown Brooklyn, which was a wonderful change of pace seeing as we normally default to visiting Manhattan.
Just a few filters in ON1 Photo 10.5 is all you need to make your sunrise and sunset photos come to life. Watch me transform this sunrise photo to bring out vibrant colors and an inviting twilight look.
When it comes to workflow, it is critical to know what is happening to every aspect of your photo as you edit it. One of those elements that we discussed in Part 1 was Tone. Sure you may have manipulated a Tone Curve and modified your Highlight and Shadow adjustments here and there, but did you know what was happening to your photo as you made those moves?
Using ON1 Effects 10 I show how I like to apply my go to filters; Tone Enhancer, Color Enhancer, and Dynamic Contrast.
This video demonstrates how to use the controls and achieve proper color and tone within ON1 Enhance 10.