CAPTURE ONE BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One
- Working with Styles June 8 2017
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.
- Using the Wacom Mobile Studio Pro in the Field May 18 2017
Recently, I was lucky enough to borrow a new Wacom Mobile Studio Pro for a few weeks, as I was keen to try this as a tethering solution in the field. This product basically combines all the elements of a Wacom Graphics Tablet, 4k Display and a pretty powerful tablet computer to boot. As a
- The IQ3 100MP Achromatic May 11 2017
The new IQ3 100MP Achromatic Digital Back is built upon the IQ3 platform and is a project I had looked forward to for quite some time. Built with a newly designed, dedicated sensor that removes the Bayer Color Filter, while retaining all the versatility and functionality of the IQ3 100MP, its promise had me anxiously
- PSD files in Capture One – now what? May 4 2017
From version 10.1, Capture One supports reading of PSD files. You have always had the option to export to this widely popular file format, but if you wanted to see your work file inside of Capture One after some external editing, you were required to save your layered file as a TIFF. Those days are
- Tethered Capture with Capture Pilot for iOS and Capture One Pro 10 March 30 2017
Guest photographer Jordan Bush talks about his experience with Capture Pilot.
Capture Pilot is an app developed by Phase One. It integrates seamlessly with Capture One Pro 10 to review capture right on the iOS device with the option to control many tethered camera settings, including shutter release.
- Miss Aniela “Barocco” March 23 2017
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