- Importing your images into Capture One Pro
- Viewing and sorting photos
- Adjusting exposure, color, and contrast
- Correcting lens distortion
- Reapplying adjustments
- Shooting in tethered mode
- Outputting for print
- Converting to black and white
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi, I'm Phil Hawkins and welcome to up and running with Capture One Pro. Capture One is not only one of the best and most comprehensive RAW converters on the market, it's also a powerful image adjustment program in its own right. Now, most of your global and local image adjustments can be done with Capture One, eliminating your need for further post-work except possibly for the most advanced and detailed post-processes. Now, in this course, we'll begin with installing Capture One, we'll customize its workspace to suit your own work-flow, and simplify the appearance for your own particular needs.
Now, I think you'll find it's a very user friendly and flexible program. Now, we'll also talk about how to import images and manage your assets, how to make global and localized image adjustments, and, of course, how to export your RAW images for further use, whether it's on the net or printing. Capture One is a sophisticated program that can elevate the quality of your output from high-resolution 35mm DSLRs, and medium format cameras from Phase One and Mamiya Leaf. We'll cover color correction, sharpening, noise reduction, lens correction, vignetting, dynamic range balancing, and whole lot more.
So, let's get started