11+1 tips and tricks for Capture One
Following the launch of Capture One 11.1, we have gathered 11+1 tips and tricks you might have missed. Whether you are new to Capture One or have years of experience, make sure you know all these tips! Learn about Auto Levels, Single Pixel Noise reduction and much more.
Why shoot RAW?
Have you ever wondered what benefits shooting RAW will bring to your images? This short blog post will quickly run through the most important differences between RAW and JPG and how you can obtain the highest precision in your editing workflow for the best image quality possible.
See it from my perspective; Creative cityscapes editing
Working with natural light is often challenging as you have less control over the outcome, especially if you want to get that shot there and then. Thankfully, with Capture One’s suite of tools and in particular targeting those adjustments in Layers, the potential for achieving your vision is greater than you think! Join award-winning fine
Achieving Perfect Skin Tones Using Capture One
One of the more difficult aspects of photographing people is getting the skin tone right in order to get that beautiful, natural look. Capture One has some great tools that will help you to achieve perfect skin tones. Join beauty and portrait photographer Jonas Nordqvist as he demonstrates the process in this step-by-step guide. Remember that
How to create stunning black and white images
While there’s minimal work involved in turning a color image into black and white, there’s a few more steps to creating stunning black and white photography. Brand Ambassador Martin Bailey shares his workflow on one of his images, showing his process to emphasize the level of control you have in Capture One. Watch the step-by-step
Advanced Masks and Adjustments – Bridging the filter gap
Glass filters are an essential part of many landscape photographers’ kit bags, but what happens when there simply isn’t the perfect filter for the scene before your eyes?
Learn about how Capture One’s advanced masks and dynamic range recovery tools can help bring that image back to exactly what you saw.
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Tips and tutorials for Capture One
- Annotations December 28 2017
Analyzing an image before retouching is a crucial element to achieving a beautiful and natural result. You can learn all the techniques in the world, but if you don’t know what to retouch, applying those long hours of training may prove complicated. Thanks to Capture One 11 and the brand-new Annotations tools, this whole process
- 11 nifty tips and tricks for Capture One December 14 2017
Capture One has many tools and features that might not be directly visible when first working with it. I’ve tried to gather some of the tips and tricks that help me when I work in Capture One. I hope at least one of them might be beneficial for your workflow as well!
- Top Things to Love About Capture One 11 November 30 2017
Capture One has been blurring the boundaries between RAW processing and photo editing and retouching for quite some time now, and version 11 continues to take that philosophy one step further with a number powerful of enhancements. With this latest release from Phase One, there’s a lot to love about the product, and here are a few of my favorite things.
- Capture One Brand Ambassador Q&A – Part II November 16 2017
Part II; Get to know our Brand Ambassadors. The second half of the Capture One Brand Ambassadors answer our questions to give you an insight into their Capture One experiences. Our Brand Ambassadors cover all disciplines, so no matter what your preferences are there’s sure to be something for you!
- Capture One Brand Ambassador Q&A – Part I November 9 2017
Get to know our Brand Ambassadors. We’ve asked our Capture One Brand Ambassadors to answer questions giving an insight into their Capture One experiences. Our Brand Ambassadors cover all disciplines, so no matter what your preferences are there’s sure to be something for you!
- Creating your own Styles and Presets October 12 2017
Whether you use Styles and Presets as a large part of your editing process, or simply browse through them occasionally for inspiration, they can be hugely beneficial to any workflow. This blog post will describe some best practices to make your Styles more useful and broadly applicable for optimal results. If you don’t already have