Photo by: Dave Jones
Nottingham and Notts Photographic Society

ON1 PHOTO RAW Software
ON1 PHOTO RAW

Your all-in-one photo organizer, editor, raw processor, and effects app. The next generation of ON1 Photo works where you want—as a standalone app, a plug-in, or host app for other editing apps.

Installing ON1 PHOTO RAW 2017 (PC)

A short video on how to install ON1 PHOTO RAW 2017

A Quick Tour of ON1 Photo RAW 2017

This NEW all-in-one photo organizer, editor, raw processor, and effects app is just what you've been waiting for. ON1 Photo RAW 2017.5 features our new super fast and state-of-the-art raw processing engine and image-processing pipeline, ON1 Photo RAW. It also includes the best new and must have ON1 editing features and tools for opening, viewing, and editing photos in an instant. This next generation of ON1 Photo works where you need it, as a standalone app, a plug-in for Adobe® Photoshop® & Lightroom®, or a host app for other editing apps.

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A Quick Tour of ON1 Photo RAW 2017

Here’s a quick tour I put together for ON1 Photo RAW 2017, the new generation of ON1. You’ll get a brief overview of the great features in Browse, Develop, Effects, Layers, and Resize.

Dan Harlacher

Selective Masking and Applying Filters

Filters are wonderfully versatile and come with tons of fun options. Masking, or the ability to selectively apply filters where you want them, can completely transform your images in exciting new ways!

Advanced Masking Made Easy

Masking is such a tough technique to do well, especially when you want to make a quick adjustment to your photo. Luckily, all of the advanced masking tools from ON1 Layers can be found in ON1 Effects. Accessing a few specific tools can help you make an advanced selection without spending hours masking a complicated image!

The ON1 Masking Bug

Today I’m answering your Photo RAW questions. In this video, learn the ins and outs of the Masking Bug. Also, I show you how external editors work from Browse, and how to apply detail globally in the Develop module.

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Sharpening

I wanted to dive in and talk about the different ways to sharpen your photos using ON1. Specifically, why and when you would use the different sharpening methods.

Do you know the differences between High Pass, Progressive and Unsharp Mask Sharpening? If not, follow along and I’ll explain.

Dan Harlacher

Creatively Directing the Viewers Attention

As photographers, it is our job to direct the viewer’s eye to the place we want them to experience in the photo. Some would think that composition alone is the best way to do that, however, there are creative ways as well.

In this tutorial, I will show you how I use the Masking Bug on various Effects Layers to direct the viewer. I will show you how to use the Sunshine Effect to make a “flashlight” of sorts. Then I will show you the inverse effect using the Bleach Bypass.

ON1 Short Clip-Natural Looking HDR

The HDR filter in ON1 Photo RAW 2017 is a great one to apply when processing architecture photos. In this video, ON1 Guru Scott Davenport uses the HDR filter to even out the tones on this beautiful church interior.

ON1 Short Clip-Spring Into Summer

Pure blue skies, blinding sunlight, and intense heat are some of the challenges summer gives us photographers while out shooting. Fortunately, there are some really cool things you can do in ON1 Photo Raw 2017.5 to breathe tons of style into your summer photos regardless of these challenges. Follow along and find out how.

ON1 Short Clip-Luminosity Mask trick

In this Short Clip, Blake Rudis will show you how he uses Luminosity Masks in Effects 10 to add depth, drama and detail to his photos.


What is the Survival Guide
 

This course is meant to be something where Nik users can see what I switched to, and how it works similar to what you had with Nik – and how it’s different.

Matt Kloskowski