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#1 Robert Barr

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Posted 04 May 2016 - 11:12 AM

I don't see any mention here of On1 Photo 10. I started out a few years ago as a Photoshop Elements user, but then came across On1. I liked their Photo 10 product and purchased it. I have been using it more than PSE. On1 just announced Photo RAW coming in Fall 2016. Looks interesting. Anybody else using On1?
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#2 Chimpy

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Posted 04 May 2016 - 03:02 PM

Welcome to the forum Robert, I look forward to seeing your photos.

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#3 JestePhotography

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Posted 04 May 2016 - 08:03 PM

For my part I am not a fan of filters. Or stacking filters. I prefer to make my own masks and do my own exposure blending aka selective everything. Selective NR selective sharpening,selective saturation/desaturation...but most importantly I try to do so in a way so it doesn't LOOK like I did anything other than take a really nice shot. My edits are very small and incremental. Hard to do with presets so although I read about on1 it's not something I personally would use. That being said they do look like they are taking the software in some really good directions.




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