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ON1 Rolls out Photo Raw 2019 with many Big Improvements

ON 1 Rolls out Photo RAW 2019 with some Big Improvements

This week on one software rolled out ON1 Photo Raw 2019 with some great updates to the ever-improving software.

ON1 is great at listening to its users and most of the improvements and features are based on use feedback.

The Photo RAW 2019 MAY have the best updates ever to the program and may even change the way you edit or think about editing

So, here’s what’s new and then we’ll look at each closer

  • A New and Faster Editing Workflow
  • A New Workflow for Layers (This is HUUUUUUUGE)
  • Migration of settings from Lightroom
  • Text Tool (Try doing that in Lightroom)
  • Master Keyword List
  • Layered HDR Workflow
  • Improved Portrait Tools
  • New User Interface
  • Focus Stacking
  • New Auto Align Layers
  • New Filter Options in Effects
  • More Powerful Local Adjustments

Whew… that’s a LOT Continue reading »

Luminar – New Photo Editor from Macphun – Release and Review

Luminar – The new Photo Editor from Macphun (Mac OS ONLY)

Today, Macphun software introduced Luminar their new all in one photo editor. (sorry Mac OS only)

The key features are the ability to design the Workspace to how you work, Adding or subtracting Modules (filters) to show only the ones you find necessary and work with often but always having those other modules  available. The other key feature, if you want to call it that, is simply…price. At $69 normal price (there are some savings I will talk about at the end of the piece) That’s pretty darn inexpensive in the world of editing software especially when you consider how much power and versatility is built into Luminar. Now I’m a big Adobe fan and have been a user of Photoshop since Photoshop 2. so that’s quite a long time. And currently a membership to Photoshop CC/Lightroom is $9.99 a month. Now for a professional like me that’s a small expense relative to the other expenses of running a business. Not everyone is a professional but what if you could get software that offers Pro level performance at a price that’s greatly affordable to people that don’t do this to earn money. That’s where Luminar comes in and very strongly. Even a Pro may find the feature set to be everything they need. Continue reading »