11 nifty tips and tricks for Capture One
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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Tips and tutorials for Capture One
- Capture One Pro 10: All New Features Review January 4 2017
Capture One expert, Alexander Svet, gives his view on all the new “surprising features” in Capture One Pro 10. According to him, they bring “completely new image sharpening”, “snappier performance” and much more. Read along to get to know his best advice.
- 2016 Review: Top 5 Capture One Pro Tips December 29 2016
A great Capture One year is about to come to an end, and we’re celebrating it by dedicating 2016’s absolutely last post to no less than the best of the year. Lean back and go through an overview of 2016’s Top 5 Tips with us – maybe you missed it the first time?
- Visualizing Dreams with the XF 100MP and Capture One Pro December 22 2016
Do you ever wonder how a workflow looks like when magical dreams are on the agenda? Watch the BTS video, and follow the development of Jodi Jones’ and Yanyanista’s shoot in Miami. Here, they combine their professional skills and let the Phase One XF 100MP and Capture One Pro 10 take them (and you) to dreamland.
- Confessions of a Beta Tester: Capture One Pro 10 Review December 15 2016
Commercial and event photographer, Jordan Bush, is back on the blog. This time, he gives a review of the new Capture One Pro 10, which he has had the chance to beta test and follow the development of. Read about his experience and tips for upgrading.
- The Future of Adjustments? Reinventing the Shortcut and Other Ideas December 8 2016
Phase One’s Software Product Manager, James, gives his view on the possible future of Capture One Pro. This week we dive into the thought processes behind the latest idea in photography.
- Capture One Pro 10: 10 reasons why I’ll never look back December 1 2016
Capture One Pro 10 is here! Read about the fresh features while professional photographer, Quentin Décaillet, states his top 10 reasons why Capture One beats any other RAW processing software.