BTS video from Cuba: A photographer’s dream
Clay Cook, editorial and advertising photographer, was commissioned for a dream job shooting a 20 page editorial in Havana, Cuba. This was a dream situation that doesn’t come around often for editorial photographers, if ever. Check out Clay’s first hand account of the trip.
Smooth transition from Aperture to Capture One Pro 9
After the discontinuation of Aperture, Derrick Story, professional photographer and presenter at Lynda.com, needed to find an alternative. Read on and get his best tips for securing a smooth transition of your image library from Aperture to Capture One Pro 9.
THE IMAGE QUALITY PROFESSOR'S BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One Pro
Tips for shooting at high altitude
March 31 2016
See how Jaron Schneider is putting the XF 100MP Camera System to the test high above the City by the Bay. Get his best tips for shooting at high altitude.
A novel way to control color editing
March 24 2016
Peter Eastway shows how he uses the Levels tool in Capture One Pro 9 to control his exposure and colour balance for problematic subjects like this in Australia’s Kimberley.
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?