5 easy steps to save your low contrast images
February 18 2016
Pictures with low contrast hardly ever look interesting. Even if an image was shot in very low contrast, you should still try to use a full range of tones in the image. The Professor shows you how in 5 simple steps.
Capture One 9: Under the Hood
December 3 2015
We have something really special for you this week. Not only is the Professor back on the blog, he’s taking us for a glimpse under the hood of Capture One 9 to let you in on the new exciting creative opportunities of this release.
First XF Feature Update is out
November 11 2015
Get acquainted with Feature Update #1, presented by our Head of R&D, Lau Nørgaard. Watch a short introduction to the new cool features and functionalities.
3 easy steps to accurate perspective in your architecture images
August 27 2015
Sometimes our brains play tricks on us when judging perspective. Discover why less Keystone correction appears more natural than total correction. We’ll show you to achieve that natural-looking perspective in 3 easy steps.
Secrets for adding multiple Styles and Presets to one image
July 2 2015
This week the Professor shows you how to take advantage of several Styles & Presets at the same time. Discover how to stack these pre-configured adjustments and save time on post production.
Fewer clicks, better results!
April 23 2015
If you didn’t like Auto Levels before, we’re sure you’ll like it now. With the release of version 8.2, you can now instruct Capture One to automatically adjust each RGB channel individually, saving you time and giving you more control of your images.