Switching to Capture One Pro
For the past 6 months, I’ve been using Capture One Pro by Phase One as my RAW converter and image editing software. In this article, I am going to share How I switch from Lightroom to Capture One Pro. I won’t cover Why as many others have already covered this topic (see resource links at
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Tips and tutorials for Capture One Pro
- 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.
- On location with the XF 50MP Camera System March 13 2016
See what photographer Andreas Houmann has to say about his first shoot with the XF outside the studio. Read the full story, and watch his beautiful video.
- Colorist POV: Color grading in Capture One Pro 9 March 2 2016
We wanted to know what an experienced video colorist thought of the new color grading tools of Capture One Pro 9, so we reached out to Charles-Etienne Pascal and asked him to take a look. Here is his take on the Color Balance tool.
- 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.
- Documenting the daily life within a Haitian hospital February 2 2016
Photographer Jens Honoré recently had the opportunity to visit the Saint Damien Pediatric Hospital in Haiti, invited to photograph the daily life within the hospital. Read the full story.