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Capture One Right Click menu

In Capture One Pro, there are plenty of options when right-clicking.

Every program takes some getting used to, and Capture One is no exception. In fact, as similar as it may seem to Lightroom, it’s actually quite a steep learning curve.

In the brief time I’ve been using it, I’ve become aware that, given time to get used to it, the interface is  even more powerful than Lightroom’s.

Unlike Lightroom, Capture One’s interface doesn’t offer different workspaces for different functions (i.e. library, develop, etc.). Instead, everything sits in one interface and you toggle through buttons to change functions.

There’s a toolbar at the top with different tool options (6 in Express, 11 in Pro) and a side panel with 8 different options which you toggle through by clicking on the buttons at the top.

Right-click options and short-cuts abound, and like Photoshop many of the tools have a number of other options when you right-click on their buttons.

What makes Capture One’s interface so powerful is its customizability. Like modern cameras, you can basically reassign just about everything to just how you’d like to use it.

It starts with simple options like where do you want your filmstrip viewer (you’ll notice that at least one of these screenshots has it on the right) and then progresses to being able to assign quick keys to just about anything.

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Here the film strip is on the bottom, similar to a Lightroom layout.

Making the transition from Lightroom? Simply put your filmstrip on the bottom panel and the adjustment panels to the right.

You can even assign the same keyboard shortcuts to Capture One Pro as you use in Lightroom. This is particularly awesome if you have an established workflow and know what you use the most.

All this being said, the high learning curve often has me frustrated. There are multiple ways of doing everything, but usually I can’t find them and have to look them up in the help manual. Simple things like renaming files or switching from grid to single image view are different in Capture One and they all take some getting used to.

Still, I doubt it’s really any harder than learning Lightroom – given a few more days using solely Capture One to edit and manage my photo library and I’m confident I can master it.

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For many photographers, shooting RAW is essential to how they work. With more image data than other formats, it lets them shoot at the highest possible quality while also giving them more freedom and editing power through RAW converter software.

 

There’s certainly no shortage of RAW converters available, but Capture One is without doubt one of the best. With an intuitive user interface and easy-to-use editing tools, it’s no wonder that the best photographers rely upon it on a daily basis. We personally love it so much we decided to team up with Phase One, the company behind the software, to create an exclusive version of Capture One for Sony camera users.

Capture One Express (for Sony) stays true to the interface that existing users will be familiar with, but it’s been designed strictly with the Sony photographer in mind.

There are tailor-made profiles for an array of Sony cameras, an accurate colour editor that makes it easy to apply even the subtlest of changes to your photos, and simple tools for black-and-white conversion and High Dynamic Range photos.

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The best part of all? If you’re a Sony customer, you can download and use Capture One Express (for Sony) for absolutely free. All you need to do is head to the link below and follow the instructions to download the software. Once installed on your computer, you’ll be asked which version of the software you want to install; choose Capture One Express (for Sony) and it’ll be free to use - forever.

What’s more, you can always upgrade to Capture One Pro (for Sony) if you so wish: you’ll get access to a bunch of extra features including Live-View tethering*, and it will cost just €50 instead of the usual €279.

Get started with Capture One Express (for Sony) right now by clicking the link below.

Download Capture One Express (for Sony)

*Live-View tethering only available with compatible cameras. To view list of compatible cameras please visit this page. 

Источник: https://community.sonylatvija.com/t5/discover-sony/download-capture-one-express-for-sony/ba-p/2249051
Strengths

Capture One Pro is feature-rich with just about everything a photographer needs in an editing app.

As far as photo editors go, there are a couple of places where Capture One just rocks it. I’ve already mentioned interface customizability, but that’s just the starting point.

Here are a few of the other advantages of using Capture One Pro over Lightroom, or most of the other image editing softwares out there:

👍🏼  Excellent Raw File Conversion

Each brand has their own special recipe for rendering RAW files, but Capture One has long been known for being exceptional.

I knew this going in and I wasn’t disappointed. especially in terms of excellent color rendering, dynamic range, and detail capture.

For me, the way that Capture One displays and treats RAW files far exceeds anything I’ve seen in Lightroom or any of the other image editing applications in 2021.

Take a quick look at the video below to see how the photographer uses Capture One Pro to edit high-end fashion portraits.

  It’s also interesting to hear how he uses Capture One in conjunction with Photoshop to create his final piece – evidentially, it’s easy to switch from one program to the other, for a seamless editing workflow.

👍🏼  Adjustment Tools

As far as the level and selection of standard adjustment tools are concerned – exposure, contrast, shadows, highlights, white balance, and so on – Capture One is up there with the best. In the Pro version, there’s everything you need.

Some things are done differently, however. For example, to newcomers the “vibrance” adjustment seems to be missing, but Capture One users the “saturation” adjustment as a vibrance adjustment.

To edit straight-up saturation you need to go to another tab. I wouldn’t have known this if I hadn’t been doing research, but I guess that’s the case whenever you use a brand new software.

There are plenty of useful autocorrect options for just about every tool, and these work better than my version of Lightroom. (I’m not using a version with AI.)

The auto levels adjustment seems particularly spot on. I’m not a big fan of autocorrect on my portfolio photos, but for non-critical photos I don’t mind speeding up my workflow by using them.

It would take an entire separate blog post to go through all Capture One Pro offers in terms of adjustments, but suffice it to say, you’ll find just about everything you need and and at a pro level. (The Express version is obviously a bit more limited.)

👍🏼  Masks and Layers

Like Photoshop, Capture One Pro (not Express) allows you to edit in layers. Lightroom has adjustment points for brushes or gradients, but that isn’t quite the same thing. (Capture One has these too.)

When you use layers in Capture One Pro,  you can make targeted adjustments to your photos and still use the majority of the image editing tools available, not just the ones in a given tool. This is a huge benefit for those who like a fine level of control over photo manipulation.

For mask creation you can paint them in manually, create a linear gradient mask, or a radial gradient mask (similar to Luminar, actually). It also offers a feathering tool and edge refinements.

Range selections in Capture One Pro

The Luma Range feature in Capture One Pro is a particularly useful way of selecting areas of an image.

Everything from Levels to Color Balance tools work in layers, and you can adjust the opacity of each edit layer – something that can only be done by way of a third party plugin in Lightroom (see these Lightroom Tips for more info).

This latest version of Capture One Pro 12 now has luminosity masks. They’re called Luma and can be found in the layers dialog.

This is definitely a feature win for Capture One and a reason why many pros really love it.

👍🏼  Color Adjustments

If you’re someone who likes to fine tune your color, you’ll fall in love with what Capture One can do. It’s one of the places that it’s always been ahead of Lightroom.

Capture One’s Color Balance tool is more like color grading. Unlike most other editing programs, Capture One doesn’t limit you to the 8-color HSL panel – the Pick Color tool allows you to pick any color or color range in the image.

From there you can adjust the affected color range, hue, saturation and lightness. The 3-Way option even lets you adjust the color tint separately in the shadow, midtone and highlight areas.

Do you want to affect the blues in your photo, but not the blue-greens? Easy! Need to smooth out the skin tones? No problem. Simply choose the Skin Tone tab, select a color range, and adjust the uniformity sliders.

Of course, most of Capture One‘s truly advanced color tools are only available with the Pro version. The Express version just has the Basic tab.

Also, these aren’t adjustments most beginners (or even some pros) would necessarily gravitate to and they do take some time to learn.

However, if you want to have complete control over your color, Capture One certainly wins hands down over Lightroom and everyone else in the same niche.

👍🏼  Tethering

If you shoot in a  studio, odds are you know the value of shooting tethered. There’s nothing like seeing the images expanded onto a computer screen as you shoot them. It allows you to check for detail you just can’t see on your camera’s screen.

Most studio photographers who shoot tethered already use Capture One. After all, that’s what it was originally made for and it particularly excels in that area.

Tethering with Capture One Pro

Tethering features in Capture One Pro makes it the obvious choice for studio photographers.

With it you can control just about everything via the tether, including details as particular as the flash curtain sync mode. You can also see your camera’s live view on your computer screen.

If you were ever thinking of shooting tethered, Capture One is the editing software to try first.

👍🏼  Spot Healing

While most of today’s editing programs have some version of spot healing, Capture One does it faster and smoother than both Lightroom and Luminar. (I haven’t yet tried OnOne yet but will be reviewing it soon.)

Unlike Lightroom, the healing points don’t overlap, making it easier to work with fine adjustments. It also just looks better – almost on par with Photoshop (which is where I usually do my more difficult spot healing).

👍🏼  Annotations

If you send your work off to an editor or work with a team, Capture One Pro has an annotations feature that makes collaboration much easier.

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The annotations feature works well in Capture One Pro, especially with the Microsoft Surface Pro or a tablet device.

It lets you add notes directly to the photo – basically a layer that you can draw/write on. Definitely helpful for collaborative editing or sending an image with notes off to a client.

👍🏼  Choice Between Sessions and Catalog

Not everyone likes working with a catalog system, especially if you have a particularly high volume of photos, do a lot of individual shoots, and/or already have a good hard drive file organization system.

Capture One allows you to organize according to your photography sessions instead of of using the catalog. It’s why Capture One is a popular choice for studio pros.

If you’re coming from Lightroom you’ll probably automatically gravitate to the catalog, but it’s nice to know you have choices.

👍🏼  Speed and Performance

Many say that Capture One actually outperforms Lightroom in terms of both speed and stability.

To be honest, I haven’t tested the two softwares side by side extensively enough to draw my own conclusions on this.

👍🏼  Styles

Similar to Lightroom’s presets but a whole lot more powerful, Capture One Styles are one-click solutions for bringing some life to your RAW files.

  You can apply Styles to enhance curves, saturation and tonal adjustments in your images – all without changing key capture parameters like exposure and white balance.

There are several Styles available by famous photographers, helping you emulate their color grading.

👍🏼  Fujifilm Film Simulations

One of the huge benefits of using Fujifilm X-series camera are the built-in film simulations like Acros, Classic Chrome, Velvia etc.

Capture One 12 now adds the ability to change the starting point of your editing to one of the film simulations, as Curves within the Base Characteristics Tool.

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Thread: Capture One Express 6 available for free

  • 26-Jun-2013, 16:38#1

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    Capture One Express 6 available for free

    Just got a tip off that Phase One are doing a promo on Capture One Express 6 (the previous, but still very good, version).

    If you go to http://www.phaseone.com/dcm and then "Add To Cart" and use the voucher/token/code DCM2013 then you'll get it for nothing.

    It's worth a look if nothing else.

    Cheers


  • 27-Jun-2013, 14:22#2

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    Re: Capture One Express 6 available for free

    Thanks welly. I wanted to try CaptureOne, so this is great.

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    I wrote a blog post earlier this capture one express about why I switched to Capture One for image editing, after over a capture one express of using Lightroom.  Here’s the summary:

    • I liked Lightroom’s workflow but the software started to get messy throughout the years as they added features without optimizing it
    • Lightroom lacked in color controls; Capture One excels capture one express color, and color is extremely important
    • Fujifilm RAW files couldn’t be adequately demosaiced in Lightroom; Capture One handled them better capture one express worm thing?)
    • I could do in Capture Capture one express what I needed extra plugins and software programs for working with Lightroom
    • I would miss Lightroom’s excellent cataloging features

    A couple of weeks ago, Phase One (makers of Capture One) announced a collaboration with Fujifilm.

    Phase One is known for their medium-format digital backs for professional cameras.  Capture One was developed to handle these detailed, beautifully-rendered large files.


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    Per their press release, “We are proud to be working to share with Fujifilm shooters the opportunity to benefit from Capture One’s highly responsive processing engine, unmatched color handling, precision-editing tools, and seamless tethered support.”

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    Fujifilm has kinda skipped the full frame camera market and focused on APS-C and capture one express format sensors.  This is why it’s so exciting that Phase One is collaborating with them.  It will unleash the full potential of Fujifilm’s awesome sensors coming out in their more affordable medium format cameras, as well as their amazing APS-C sensors.

    Capture One is offering two versions of their software specific to Fujifilm cameras.  I’ve capture one express them below, but for capture one express full comparison between Capture One Express and Capture One Pro, check out their chart here.

    Capture One Express Fujifilm

    A “lite” version of Capture One Fujifilm will be available with all Fujifilm cameras (yes, free!).  This can be likened to your basic RAW file editor, allowing you to change basic color, contrast, and toning, as well as cataloging.  Fujifilm previously had their own RAW editor included with their cameras; Capture One will be a powerful addition.

    This version, Capture One Express Fujifilm, will provide RAW support for all Fujifilm cameras.  It also includes what you would call a “style pack” – Fujifilm’s 16 in-camera film simulations (Velvia, Provia, Classic Chrome, etc) can be applied to your RAW files in Capture One (future release).

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    I think I mentioned this already, it’s free.

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    Capture One Express Fujifilm’s FREE software includes the basic processing functions, and cataloging.

    Capture One Pro Fujifilm

    For photographers who only shoot Fujifilm, capture one express have the option to purchase a “complete” version of Capture One Pro, but only with Fujifilm support.

    Aside from full editing capabilities, this version will also give you tethering capability.  Zoom, pan, compose, and capture through the software or mobile device.  “Live view” tethering will be available for the professional cameras (GFX, X-H1, X-T3, X-T2, X-T1, X-Pro2).

    This version of the software doesn’t cost much less than the full version ($159 per year vs $180).  So if you have RAW files in other formats, or anticipate that you might in the future, you might as well get the full version of Capture One Pro.  You can also purchase a perpetual license for $299, which includes support and updates “forever&rdquo.

    If you’re a Lightroom user and still on the fence, Capture One offers a free capture one express period with complete functionality for 30 days.
    Источник: https://www.jmpeltier.com/capture-one-partners-fujifilm-editing/
    Sony/Fujifilm Camera-Specific Versions
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    You can get a sweet 50% discount if you use either Fujifilm or Sony cameras (and don’t mind limiting your editing software to only one or the other brand’s files).

    If you ever need to edit files from other brands’ cameras, you can pay an upgrade fee for the full version of Capture One.

    You can download a free trial of either software, then selecting the relevant brand.

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