For way too long Capture One has been one of photography’s best-kept secrets. This is an incredibly powerful organizational and editing software that will make your photography faster and easier. Fortunately, many enthusiast and hobbyist photographers have begun switching to Capture One in the last few years.
Upon doing so, they have found software that has the ability to work with colour in surprising ways, to edit within masked areas with more precision than they have seen before, and an infinitely customizable way to layout tools within the software’s workspace. Not only that, but the number of automated adjustments and edits at their fingertips is truly unparalleled.
However, when you begin using Capture One, it is easy to miss some of the great workflow options that you have at your disposal. In this short class, that is precisely what we examined. We took a look at managing and organizing your workspace, this is literally the layout of how you interface with Capture One. Then we looked at how you organize and search through your images so that the exact image you want to find is immediately at your fingertips. Lastly, we explored setting up a Quick Tool Tab.
This Quick Tool Tab is essentially a one-stop shop for all of the essential editing tools that you might utilize with your images. In other words, setting this up will allow most photographers to edit most images by going to a small selection of tools that are laid out in one place and exactly in the order that they want to use them.
Hopefully, this video not only makes Capture One exciting but also freeing and easy, for you to use. Enjoy!
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