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.
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.
Work smarter, not harder!
January 28 2016
Having one image editing software fulfill all your needs can be a real game-changer. For Esben Zøllner Olesen Capture One Pro is just that: a one-stop application allowing him to do a lot of work in a short amount of time.
Tips for shooting jewellery
October 1 2015
Shooting jewellery is all about controlling reflections, contrast and dynamic range at the shooting stage in order to retain maximum information, detail and flexibility for the post-production stage. See how Tony May handles this challenge.
Levels: The most underrated tool in Capture One
August 6 2015
Why do some retouchers stick to the Levels tool when doing their color work in Capture One Pro 8?Tomasz and Krzysztof from House of Retouching will give you the answer in this week’s blog post while demonstrating the versatility of the tool.
Fewer clicks, better results!
April 23 2015
If you didn’t like Auto Levels before, we’re sure you’ll like it now. With the release of version 8.2, you can now instruct Capture One to automatically adjust each RGB channel individually, saving you time and giving you more control of your images.