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Frequently Asked Questions
- QUESTION: Do I need to use ON1 Photo RAW to benefit from this course?
- ANSWER: Nope! There will definitely be some RAW-specific tutorials and downloads in the course, however if you still use ON1 versions 9 or 10 there will be plenty of content for you as well. Plus, this course is free, so you have nothing to lose by registering!
- QUESTION: How does this course work?
- ANSWER: By registering for this course, you are added you to a special group inside of my newsletter, and once the course begins you will receive emails each time I have a new lesson released. The emails will link you to a page on my website where you can watch the video tutorial(s) and download any supplemental materials that may be offered with that lesson (practice files and presets).
- QUESTION: What will I learn in this course?
ANSWER: ON1 Photo has many things to offer, and I plan on going over a wide variety of content. I will include training on using the new RAW tools, masking in Layers, working with Effects, etc.
- QUESTION: Can I download the videos from the course?
- ANSWER: Yes! When each video is released, you will be directed to a page on my website where you can view and download the video file. At the end of the course you will have access to all past training videos and files as well.
- QUESTION: How long will the course last?
ANSWER: This course is 10 weeks long, which will equate to at least 10 lessons. You will receive at least one new lesson each week during the 10-week period.