ON1 announces ON1 360 cross-device workflow solution, new ON1 Photo Mobile app
ON1, the creators of the ON1 Photo RAW editing software, has announced ON1 360, an all-new photography workflow solution designed to allow photographers to capture, edit and sync images across multiple computers and mobile devices. Alongside the new ON1 360 workflow solution, ON1 has also announced updates to ON1 Photo RAW 2020 and released the new ON1 Photo Mobile application for iOS, iPadOS and Android.
Alongside today's announcement, ON1 hosted a live stream showcasing the workflow possibilities available with ON1 360, which can be viewed below. ON1 360 connects ON1 Photo RAW 2020.5 on macOS and Windows computers with the new, free ON1 Photo Mobile app. Via this connection between devices, users can sync files, control storage methods and access new managing and editing capabilities.
Using ON1 360, users can choose to sync their original Raw files, or alternatively, utilize ON1's new compressed-Raw file format in order to save space without a noticeable loss in image quality. This feature, called Editable Previews, allows photographers to view, edit and share compressed Raw files without needing to take up cloud storage space with larger original Raw files.
In the new ON1 Photo Mobile app, users can capture Raw images. The app includes a camera mode, which ON1 states works similarly to the built-in camera application on your device. In addition to capturing images, you can also edit using the app. ON1 Photo Mobile uses the same proprietary Raw processing engine as the desktop ON1 Photo RAW application. Mobile users can adjust parameters such as exposure, contrast, shadows, midtones, highlights, whites, blacks, white balance, noise and sharpening. The app also includes built-in filters. ON1 Photo Mobile is available to all users and is free.
|ON1 Photo Mobile includes ON1's Raw processing engine in addition to numerous image editing tools. The application also allows users to capture images and organize their existing photos. Image credit: ON1|
For those unfamiliar with ON1 Photo RAW 2020, it is a photo organizer, Raw processor, layered image editor and effects application. ON1 Photo RAW 2020 is available as a standalone application and as a plug-in for Photoshop, Lightroom Classic and Apple Photos. In addition to offering powerful Raw editing tools and a layers-based workflow, ON1 Photo RAW also leverages artificial intelligence for various features, such as generating masks, matching in-camera looks and styles, and automatically editing your photos.
|Subscriptions for ON1 Photo RAW 2020.5 plus ON1 360 start at $7.99 USD per month with 200GB of storage. Image credit: ON1|
ON1 360 is available via a subscription plan. ON1 360 plans are available with storage and ON1 Photo RAW 2020.5 combined or as a service add-on for existing ON1 Photo RAW 2020 users. The former option starts at $7.99 USD per month or $89.99 per year and includes 200GB of storage. For existing ON1 Photo RAW 2020 owners, ON1 360 can be added for as little as $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. ON1 Photo RAW 2020 will continue to be available as a perpetual license product separate from ON1 360 as well. For additional information on plan options and pricing, head on over to ON1's website.
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