3 steps to fix a blue sky using the Skin Tone tool
May 12 2016
The Skin Tone tool in Capture One Pro 9, designed for enhancing and editing skin tones, can actually work extremely well for alternative applications like fixing a blue sky, photographed through the lens of a technical camera.
What’s new in Capture One Pro 9.1?
March 17 2016
It’s not that long ago since Capture One Pro 9 was released, but that doesn’t mean we have been sitting on our hands. We just released version 9.1 with new features and improvements on existing features. So what’s new? Read on to find out.
To Luma or not to Luma?
February 29 2016
In Capture One Pro 9 there is common ground between the improved Contrast slider and the new addition of the Luma Curve mode. So when you should you use the slider, and what about a Curve or even when should RGB Curves come into play?
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.
How to upgrade your Catalogs and Sessions to Capture One Pro 9
January 21 2016
For those of you who already have existing Capture One 8 or earlier Catalogs or Sessions, you may be wondering how you bring those into Capture One Pro 9? Our imaging expert, David Grover, will show you how in this blog post.
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.