Portrait and Beauty Retouching Workflow
In today’s world where images are output to a variety of media, and client changes are commonplace, an efficient and flexible workflow is just as important as the quality of your final image. The goal of this post is to take you through my retouching workflow, from tethered capture to Photoshop and all the way to image output, and show how you can get great quality results while remaining agile and efficient.
Steve Gosling reviews the IQ3 100MP Achromatic
Landscape photographer, Steve Gosling, recently took to the English and Scottish coast and countryside, with the IQ3 100MP Achromatic digital back in tow. He shares his thoughts on black and white photography and Phase One’s latest digital back. Back to the roots of my passion for photography I’ve been taking photographs since the age of
Managing Multiple Headshots
When shooting corporate headshots, or other portraits of many individuals, time is often an important factor. You don’t get many minutes per person, and after several days of shooting, you often end up with a huge number of images. Managing an entire company’s batch of headshots can be complicated, but it doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult. Capture One is a super powerful tool to help with this task.
The Secret to Perfect Portraits with Alexander Vinogradov
Our guest photographer, Alexander Vinogradov, gives us his advice on important aspects of portrait photography; from finding the perfect face to editing after the shoot. Read on to get inspired and learn about Alexander’s top tips and tricks that helped earn him the prestigious Sony World Photography Award this year. Download a free 30-day trial
PSD Workflow Advantages
Capture One Pro is a funny thing. Not in the comical sense, but in the sense that it seems to get better and better with time, anticipating the needs of its intended audience. That may seem like the obvious evolution of a software, incrementally improving the experience for its users, but I’m sure many of
Working with Styles
Capture One Styles can be used in many different workflows. They can for example be applied during import or used as a creative brainstorming tool to find the direction of your images. Learn more about what a Style is, how to apply Styles to many images with a few clicks and how to install Styles. Your workflow might be forever improved.
THE IMAGE QUALITY PROFESSOR'S BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One Pro
- Workspace: Landscape February 6 2017
In this first part of 5 workspaces, we’ll focus on Landscapes. Drew Altdoerffer explains why Capture One Pro is an essential tool, that provides you the ability to customize your workspace to fit your needs.
- Smart Wedding Photography Workflow in Capture One Pro February 3 2017
7 effective steps on how to optimize your wedding photography workflow in Capture One Pro. Wedding photographer Alexander Flemming will take you through his typical workflow.
- How to compensate for lost sharpness at small apertures January 26 2017
The Lens Correction tool in Capture One Pro 10 has been improved and now also includes Lens Diffraction Compensation. This is a feature that compensates for the loss of sharpness and micro contrast that occurs in images shot using small apertures. Whenever you need a larger depth of field in your images, you can now
- Sessions 103: Expert Knowledge January 19 2017
Do not miss the last piece of the puzzle! In the third and last post of this series series, we’ll discuss Sessions knowledge for Capture One Pro experts: How do you cull down and develop the most optimal workflow on set? Read along and test your Pro Session skills.
- Sessions 102: Power User January 17 2017
In Sessions 101 we made an overview of the concept – now we’re ready to take Sessions to the next level. The second post in the 3-part series is dedicated to the Power Users; Read along and learn about Favorite Folders, Templating Templates and Smart Albums.
- Sessions 101: Discussing the concept January 16 2017
In this 3-part series on Sessions we’ll start with one for new users. In this post we’ll discuss the concept, and build up to how to use it like a professional in the studio. If Catalogs isn’t really the way you like to work, or you’re looking to get started in the professional studio industry, this guide might just be for you.