Capture One Pro’s editing tools and RAW processing are superb, it’s excellent for studio tethering and a sessions-based workflow but also has powerful cataloguing tools. You may still need an external editor like Photoshop or Affinity Photo, but only for complex composites.
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SN-05 is a pretty unromantic name for an image style, but it’s worked quite a transformation on this sunlit winter tree and sky. It’s one of … Continue reading SN-05 from Capture One’s Seasonal Style pack
Well, I actually think you can. I like taking pictures with my iPhone. It’s partly a practical thing, as it’s the camera I always have with me. More than that, though, it makes me see things differently. I see compositions, … Continue reading Can you really take proper pictures with a smartphone?
Sunsets don’t always come out the way you want them to, so here’s a quick way to enhance them with a white balance adjustment and a graduated filter effect. This picture was shot using the auto white balance on a … Continue reading How to enhance a sunset with white balance and graduated filter adjustments
X-Rite’s new app works with existing ColorChecker PassPort Photo and Classic swatch pads to produce custom colour profiles for Capture One Pro. Continue reading X-Rite launches camera profiler app for Capture One users
Is Capture One now the best RAW converter of all for Fujifilm owners? Phase One has added support for the Fujifilm GFX, launched a new, free Capture One Express Fujifilm app, and Capture One 12 now adds Fujifilm Film Simulation modes. Continue reading Capture One 12 Fujifilm Film Simulations: how they work
Phase One has announced the next version of Capture One, revealing a pretty big list of changes, including new ‘parametric’ and luminosity masking tools, support for some key new full frame mirrorless cameras, the addition of the Fujifilm Film Simulation … Continue reading Capture One 12 brings advanced masking tools and new camera support
Verdict: 5 stars ★★★★★ Anyone who thinks all RAW converters are the same should spend a little time with Capture One. Its RAW processing is superb, its local adjustments are powerful and controllable, its cataloguing tools are terrific, and it’s … Continue reading Capture One Pro 11 review
And that’s not all. Version 11.1 also offers a new Resource Hub for online tutorials, tips, ideas and webinars, an improved workflow for Styles (preset image ‘looks’) and a complimentary ‘Spring’ styles pack to go with it. Import speeds have … Continue reading Capture One Pro 11.1 brings new camera support and more
If you organise your photos by folders and find this perfectly satisfactory, then you can use any number of different programs to keep your images organised. Adobe Bridge is a good starting point as an image browser if you already … Continue reading Best image browser and cataloguing software
01 Shoot raw You can’t recover detail in an overexposed sky if it’s been clipped and lost forever in the original image. With a JPEG, what you see is what you get, but with raw files you’ve generally got an … Continue reading Top 10 graduated filter tips
Maybe you wouldn’t normally think of Capture One Pro as an image-editor. It’s a superb RAW converter and general image enhancement tool, but most of the time you’d probably swap to a plug-in or an external editor for really detailed effects work … Continue reading Black and white in Capture One Pro