Miss Aniela “Barocco”
Miss Aniela’s recently completed “Barocco” project has been the culmination of two shoots: one on location, and the other in studio. The project takes inspiration from the Baroque and Rococo eras, creating a symphony between high-fashion and surrealism. Shooting in this particular style requires pristine attention to detail throughout. Here Miss Aniela shares her workflow on
Editing Competition with Pratik Naik
We have teamed up with fashion retoucher Pratik Naik and photographer Bella Kotak for this month’s editing challenge. We invite all photographers – whatever your level of experience with Capture One Pro – to watch Pratik’s guide for inspiration and let your creativity shine! Show us what you can do and be in with the
Fast-track Guide from Lightroom to Capture One Pro
In this Part Two of the Fast-track Guide from Lightroom to Capture One Pro, we will look at the key differences between image editing features in the two programs. You will also get to know about some of the most powerful adjustment tools that Capture One Pro offers over Lightroom. Just like in Lightroom, all
Fast-track guide from Lightroom to Capture One Pro
There are numerous great reasons to make the switch from Adobe Lightroom to Capture One Pro, like the powerful tethering and session workflow or the superior color editing features. Luckily, there is no reason to worry about it being a time-consuming transition, because many key concepts are very familiar. With this two-part fast-track guide, you
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
THE IMAGE QUALITY PROFESSOR'S BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One Pro
- The creative power of the White Balance Tool July 24 2014
The White Balance has a tremendous impact on the appearance of the colors in your images. This week the Professor lets you in on two different tools for working creatively with the White Balance.
- To mask or not to mask? July 17 2014
Want to edit specific parts of your images? In this post you will discover three different ways of selecting areas for localized adjustments. All with different uses but all equally useful!
- The trick that changed my approach to color correction July 7 2014
In his second blog post Cameron Davidson reveals an easy and somewhat unusual trick that changed his approach to color correction. See how he uses this trick to change the color tone of the water in this image.
- Focus Tool for tethered work July 3 2014
This week the Professor shows you how to use the Focus Tool to make your tethered shooting
a lot easier
- Potomac River: Behind this long-exposure image June 26 2014
Join professional photographer Cameron Davidson on his trip to capture the beauty of the Potomac River. In this post he takes you through the whole post production process behind this beautiful long-exposure image.
- The secret side of the Aspect slider June 19 2014
Want your images to stand out? Try playing around with the Aspect slider and give your images that edge you are looking for.