THE IMAGE QUALITY PROFESSOR'S BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One Pro
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.
BTS video from Cuba: A photographer’s dream
April 28 2016
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.
Creating in a whole new light
April 21 2016
All-round creative Reuben Wu has a passion for challenging the human memory and imagination. Join him on his trip to the desert and check out the method he has developed for selectively “painting” nocturnal landscapes with light via multiple exposures.
Colorist meets Color Editor
April 14 2016
Charles-Etienne Pascal, Canadian video colorist, is back on the blog. This time he attacks the powerful Color Editor with its enhanced functionalities. See what Charles thinks of this creative tool and how he uses it in his work.
Smooth transition from Aperture to Capture One Pro 9
April 7 2016
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.
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.