• Capture One Pro,  Tutorials

    Black and White Conversion in Capture One Pro

    Black and white images are probably most authentic and compelling when the original image was conceived with the idea of it being in mono. Typically that means it was originally composed without strong colour influences, but that’s not necessarily so. Take the image above as an example, it was one of series captured with the 50MP Fujifilm GFX-50R and the 45mm F2.8, equivalent to a FF 35mm, and it works well either in colour or B&W. So how do you go about creating a convincing conversion? If you’re a Capture One Pro user you already own one of the most (and likely the most) powerful apps for converting colour images…

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    How to Install and Organise Capture One Styles

      Styles are an important feature in Capture One as they allow you to quickly apply a range of adjustments to your images, saving you a lot of time in your workflow. Although they can be used in lots of different ways, Styles can help you maintain a consistent look to your images and, over time, this can be used as a means for others to recognise the individuality of your photos. They’re not like filters, however, as they allow further adjustment to closely match your creative vision. Styles are perhaps the single most important aid to your branding, and can save you both time and money when re-creating your…

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    Tutorial: Importing Images into Capture One

    If you’re new to Capture One, either as a beginner or more experienced photographer coming from Lightroom, then there are a few concepts that you need to know about the process that will help you when importing images.  Capture One (for Sony or Fujifilm) adopts a Catalog-based image management system, where Capture One Pro has an additional Sessions based workflow. When working with a Catalog, Capture One and Capture One Pro are functionally identical, the only difference being the feature set. Sessions work a little differently to Catalogs. They don’t require all the images to be indexed when importing, and so they can be a better solution in some circumstances.  Sessions…

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    Capture One Pro: Top 10 Features You Should Know

    Update 01 July, 2020: Users can get 10% off at the time of purchase of all Capture One products (perpetual licenses, upgrades and subscriptions, as well as styles, and ‘bundles’) using the promotional code ‘DJP10‘ at checkout, when purchased via the official Capture One store [affiliate link]. If you’re looking at a license and and buying some styles, the the 10% extra discount applies to the site’s already discounted prices, so the saving can be substantial. Thank you for your support. Already the ‘go-to solution’ for high-end imaging pros, Capture One is becoming increasingly popular with a much wider audience. Part of this could be the bundling with Sony and Fujifilm mirrorless…