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Shoot tethered to Capture One for iPad
Blog PostsSeptember 20, 2022

Get flexible with tethering for Capture One for iPad

Take your tethered setup on the go with Capture One for iPad. Now you can shoot your images directly into the iPad app tethered or wirelessly, letting you take your work wherever you want. For travel and food photographer Ulf
Photography student Josefine Amalie explores underrepresented bodies in her work The Human Body
Blog PostsSeptember 14, 2022

RAW talent with Josefine Amalie

Josefine Amalie is a dreamer. Sensitive to the inequalities in the world, the recently graduated Danish photographer is interested in creating narratives through her work that break with what we are used to seeing. In this latest post in our
6 tips to become a Capture One superuser from Sarah Silver
Blog PostsSeptember 9, 2022

6 tips to become a Capture One superuser from Sarah Silver

Knowing your software is power. It lets you express yourself creatively because you don’t waste time thinking “how do I do this?”, but leaves more room to think “how can I take this ten steps further?” Fashion and beauty photographer
5 time-saving tips for photographers from Vanessa Joy
Blog PostsSeptember 1, 2022

5 time-saving tips for photographers from Vanessa Joy

As photographers, we are always looking for ways to be more efficient in our work. We are looking for ways to save time on tedious and sometimes unnecessary tasks and get more time for being creative and doing the things
Authority Collective shares their guide for more thoughtful photography practices
Blog PostsAugust 17, 2022

Authority Collective’s guide to inclusive photography

With a mission to empower marginalized visual artists, Authority Collective is working to end systemic and individual abuse in editorial, documentary, and commercial photography. In their Photographer’s Guide to Inclusive Photography, the group is challenging photographers to think about their
Shooting tethered in Capture One Pro comes with a list f benefits
Blog PostsAugust 10, 2022

Shooting tethered in Capture One Pro

Capture One Pro has long been the industry standard for fast and reliable capture directly from your DSLR to your computer. Simply plug your compatible DSLR into Capture One Pro and begin capturing tethered immediately.
Applying color harmonies in Capture One
Blog PostsJuly 21, 2022

Applying color harmonies in Capture One

Commercial and editorial retoucher Mareike Keicher explains how to create perfect color harmonies in Capture One Pro. Plus, tips and tricks for beautiful color grading.
Best tips for editing skin tones from pro photographers
Blog PostsJuly 14, 2022

Best tips for editing skin tones from pro photographers

Photographers Brian Siambi and Zoë Noble share their color grading secrets and reveal how they achieve beautiful skin tones with Capture One’s photo editing tools.
RAW Talent with Alexander Holmfjeld
Blog PostsJuly 8, 2022

RAW Talent with Alexander Holmfjeld

Alexander Holmfjeld loves using minimalistic touches of color and geometric shapes. As a photography student at NEXT in Copenhagen, Denmark, he has been experimenting with different trends and styles to find his own voice. In our new series RAW Talent,
On the ice road with Paul Reiffer and Capture One for iPad
Blog PostsJuly 6, 2022

On the ice road with Paul Reiffer and Capture One for iPad

Going further than anyone to immerse yourself in unique places. Going to bed later and waking up earlier than everyone to find the perfect light and the ultimate angle. That is the life of a landscape photographer. On the road,
How wedding photographer Alessandro Galatoli transformed his workflow with Capture One for iPad
Blog PostsJune 30, 2022

How wedding photographer Alessandro Galatoli transformed his workflow with Capture One for iPad

When shooting a once-in-a-lifetime event, it is important to make the experience for the client as memorable as possible. With the new Capture One for iPad, wedding photographer Alessandro Galatoli discovered that he was able to exceed expectations and deliver
Man editing image on Capture One for iPad in the car
Blog PostsJune 22, 2022

What to expect from Capture One for iPad

Soon you can take your workflow on the go. On June 28, Capture One for iPad will be available in the App Store in all countries. Creating the iPad app has meant making choices about how to best serve our
Seven Reasons to use Capture One Live
Blog PostsJune 15, 2022

8 reasons to use Capture One Live on your next shoot

Tired of constant back and forth with clients and unnecessary delays taking up your precious time? With Capture One Live – a real-time image-sharing tool that integrates seamlessly with Capture One Pro – you can instantly share your work with
All you need to know about the latest update to Capture One Pro
Blog PostsJune 13, 2022

All you need to know about the latest update to Capture One Pro

Take your collaboration to the next level, get more freedom of movement on your shoots, and make your editing sessions quicker and easier than ever by updating your Capture One Pro desktop app from the 14th of June. Here are
Five features retoucher Jan Wischermann can’t live without
Blog PostsMay 31, 2022

Five features retoucher Jan Wischermann can’t live without

Working with big-name brands and magazines like ELLE, The New Yorker, Mastercard, and Schwarzkopf, delivering high quality edits with speed is important to professional retoucher Jan Wischermann. With years of experience, he has perfected his workflow to be as efficient
NX Studio vs. Capture One Pro. Find the best RAW converter for your NEF files
Blog PostsMay 18, 2022

Why Capture One is the best RAW converter for your Nikon images

Not all RAW converters are created equal when it comes to getting the most out of your images. Find out why Capture One is the most effective RAW processor for your Nikon NEF files. Nikon RAW software or Capture One
Jan Wischermann tests out the flexibility of working on the go with Capture One for iPad
Blog PostsMay 6, 2022

Retoucher Jan Wischermann on using Capture One for iPad on the go

Being on the road for two weeks, shooting in some of the most scenic locations to be found in Sicily, retoucher and Capture One Ambassador Jan Wischermann got to experience the flexibility of Capture One for iPad using the Beta
How fashion photographer MOJA collaborates better using Capture One Live
Blog PostsMay 2, 2022

How fashion photographer MOJA collaborates better using Capture One Live

In the life of a photographer, you learn to expect the unexpected. When plans change at a moment’s notice, having the right tools can be a lifesaver. For fashion photographer MOJA, Capture One Live came to the rescue when clients
Reimagening Sicilian stories with fashion photographer MOJA
Blog PostsApril 23, 2022

Reimagening Sicilian stories with fashion photographer MOJA

In the wake of the #MeToo revelations, Luxembourg-based fashion photographer MOJA wanted a way to engage in the conversation, show support, and celebrate the strength of women. The result was a photo series he named “Women and Cinema”, which, for
Seven reasons to update to the latest version of Capture One Pro
Blog PostsApril 5, 2022

Seven reasons to update to the latest version of Capture One Pro

Starting April 5, you can explore automatic keystone correction, new sorting options, longer Capture One Live sessions, and other improvements to speed up your workflow with the latest version of Capture One Pro. Here are seven reasons to update your
Paul Reiffer's new presets helps give your landscape photography a baseline to work from
Blog PostsMarch 31, 2022

Introducing Elevation Styles – Q&A with Paul Reiffer

Producing imagery that reflects the mood and feeling at the time of capture is of utmost importance, particularly when it comes to landscape photography and capturing vivid cityscapes. Working with world-renowned photographer Paul Reiffer, the Elevation Styles pack was designed
Polly Irungu on creating a space for Black women photographers
Blog PostsMarch 26, 2022

Polly Irungu on creating a space for Black women photographers

As a young Kenyan girl growing up in the United States, a career in photography was not on multimedia journalist and photographer Polly Irungu’s radar. Today, she is on a mission to make the photography industry a more inclusive and
Femininity, body forms and fashion with Annie Lai
Blog PostsMarch 23, 2022

Femininity, body forms and fashion with Annie Lai

Photographer Annie Lai went from shooting friends in her bedroom to high-profile fashion clients before returning to her roots. Here, she shares her photography journey and why tethered capture is critical for any fashion shoot.
Zoë Noble on capturing women who choose to be childfree
Blog PostsMarch 18, 2022

Zoë Noble on capturing women who choose to be childfree

Starting out as a side project for Berlin-based beauty photographer Zoë Noble to shine a light on women who choose not to have children, “We Are Childfree” has become a community of women across the world that support each other,
Find out how ti witch from Lightroom to Capture One with these 10 killer tips
Blog PostsMarch 14, 2022

10 killer tips for switching from Lightroom to Capture One

Getting used to new software is rarely easy – but it doesn’t have to be frustrating. If you are considering switching from Lightroom to Capture One, here are 11 tips for making the transition easy.
Three portraits of women by women
Blog PostsMarch 8, 2022

Women portraying women: three female photographers to zoom in on

Since the invention of photography, countless images have been taken with women as the subject. Most of these have historically been taken by men. As more women are carving out a space for themselves in the industry, the way women
Capture One Pro workflow with professional food photographer Rachel Korinek
Blog PostsMarch 4, 2022

Capture One Pro workflow with professional food photographer Rachel Korinek

We asked Australian-born, Canda-based food photographer Rachel Korinek of Two Loves Studio to share her secrets for a smooth workflow that helps her capture appetizing scenes and create mouth-watering images for her clients. Read her step-by-step guide for a faster
A plate of food. Image shared with Capture One Live
Blog PostsFebruary 28, 2022

How Quentin Décaillet delivers images faster with Capture One Live 

As we come out of lockdown, many have discovered new ways of working that better suit a post-pandemic world where remote collaboration is the new norm and clients expect to be connected throughout the process. Capture One Live is the
Poochie Collins on writing love letters with light
Blog PostsFebruary 25, 2022

Poochie Collins on writing love letters with light

It was with a camera gifted from her grandfather documenting her college years that Brooklyn-based portrait photographer Poochie Collins first discovered her love of photography. As an introvert attempting to avoid having to talk to people, she started shooting street
Three Black photographers who explore the world through color
Blog PostsFebruary 16, 2022

Three Black photographers who explore the world through color

There is a reason we don’t see the world in black and white. Colors are an integral part of how we experience life and how we communicate. For a photographer, colors are another tool to set a mood and help
Life lessons from a pro: Joe McNally on capturing his imagination
Blog PostsJanuary 27, 2022

Life lessons from a pro: Joe McNally on capturing his imagination

Joe McNally has seen it all. Known for his technical skills and vast storytelling experience from shooting for the likes of LIFE, National Geographic, and Adidas, McNally has worked in over 70 countries on both journalistic and commercial assignments. In
Off the leash: how to get more freedom with wireless tethering
Blog PostsJanuary 25, 2022

Off the leash: how to get more freedom with wireless tethering

Shooting tethered no longer means being confined to a set radius. With the emergence of wireless tethering, both studio and on-location photographers can now be closer to the action while maintaining a smooth workflow and close collaboration with clients and
Five unexpected ways to use Panorama Stitch from Capture One experts
Blog PostsJanuary 24, 2022

Five unexpected ways to use Panorama Stitch from Capture One experts

Capture One just introduced a Panorama Stitch feature in the recent launch of Capture One 22. The new feature allows photographers to stitch several RAW images into a large panorama and opens the door to new possibilities. We asked our
Using HDR for architectural photography
Blog PostsJanuary 21, 2022

Using HDR for architectural photography

While blending or merging several exposures into one final High Dynamic Range (HDR) image remains a popular creative option for landscape photographers over the years, its use in architectural and commercial shoots has some big benefits that are unique to
Into the Wild with Landscape Photographer Leroy Souhuwat
Blog PostsJanuary 14, 2022

Into the Wild with Landscape Photographer Leroy Souhuwat

Hailing from the Netherlands and with roots in South Maluku, Iceland-based nature and landscape photographer Leroy Souhuwat brings an exploratory passion and a worldly perspective to his images, which are punctuated by raw, powerful landscapes - and the odd adorable
2021 - What a year for Capture One
Blog PostsDecember 31, 2021

2021 – What a year for Capture One

Capture One CEO, Rafael Orta, reflects on the last year - the accomplishments, challenges and everything on the horizon for 2022.
HDR 101: Interior
Blog PostsDecember 30, 2021

HDR 101: Interior

How to Capture an Interior Space and All Its Charm by Christophe Bénard Despite the ongoing effort from camera manufacturers to increase the dynamic range of digital camera sensors, capturing the full range of tonal values in a scene remains
The Brenizer Method
Blog PostsDecember 23, 2021

The Brenizer Method

Imagine you're in a situation where a lot of bokeh and negative space would benefit the look you're aiming to create with your image. Typically negative space and bokeh are hard to achieve because both features negatively affect each other.
Shooting HDR for Landscape
Blog PostsDecember 16, 2021

Shooting HDR for Landscape

By Rachel Ross Introduction Very quickly it’s important to establish what HDR merging is and why it’s so useful for landscape photography - because it is. If you’ve ever picked up a camera you’ll know that what the camera captures
Shooting for Panoramic Stitching  By Paul Reiffer
Blog PostsDecember 9, 2021

Shooting for Panoramic Stitching By Paul Reiffer

So you’re heading out to shoot a panoramic series of images, knowing that Capture One’s latest development can stitch them all together into one seamless photograph when you import them, right? Well, while Capture One’s new Panoramic Stitch is an
Polina Washington - Painting the world as she sees it
Blog PostsDecember 9, 2021

Polina Washington – Painting the world as she sees it

Based in rainy, gray St. Petersburg, cinematic storyteller Polina Washington brings a much more colorful world to life in her photography. Continually exploring who she is as a creative, Polina’s style has jumped all over the spectrum during the last
Spotlight On: Eric Ronald
Blog PostsNovember 23, 2021

Spotlight On: Eric Ronald

The Art of Wedding Photography The Perfect Day Often, weddings take on a life of their own. The so-called perfect day comes with its expectations and not to mention pressures from family, friends, and even oneself. Capturing that range of
Spotlight On: Jean Cazals
Blog PostsNovember 9, 2021

Spotlight On: Jean Cazals

The Art of Food Photography Foodie Craze In the last decade, food photography has accrued a cult-like following, thanks in part to digital platforms such as Instagram. The meals once recounted on personal blogs (think Nora Ephron's film, Julia and
Spotlight On: Bryan Minear
Blog PostsNovember 2, 2021

Spotlight On: Bryan Minear

For this week's Spotlight On feature, we spoke to veteran brand ambassador Bryan Minear about how his work as a fine art and landscape photographer has evolved, the perks of fatherhood, and his views on the marriage between technology and
Spotlight On: Kristina Varaksina
Blog PostsOctober 19, 2021

Spotlight On: Kristina Varaksina

For Russian-born photographer Kristina Varaksina, upending the traditional perceptions of female beauty continues to underscore her work as a conceptual photographer. Based in London, the Capture One Ambassador also doubles as an educator and commercial photographer. The Capture One team
Spotlight On: Jan Wischermann
Blog PostsOctober 12, 2021

Spotlight On: Jan Wischermann

The Art of Retouching Jan Wischermann may be new to the Capture One Brand Ambassador program, but he is no stranger to the multi-faceted every evolving world of images. Since the ripe age of 17 years old, the Düsseldorf-based creative
Spotlight On: Fernando Rodriguez (aka Nobody)
Blog PostsOctober 5, 2021

Spotlight On: Fernando Rodriguez (aka Nobody)

Making Waves from Mexico City to the Big Apple A recent transplant to the Big Apple, Mexican-born Fernando Rodriguez considers himself relatively new to the city and its creative community. However, in the short time since he relocated from Mexico
Spotlight On: Tina Eisen
Blog PostsSeptember 28, 2021

Spotlight On: Tina Eisen

One of Capture's newest brand ambassadors, Tina Eisen, discusses her journey as a fashion photographer, from fashion products to street style.
Spotlight On: Philip Edsel
Blog PostsSeptember 1, 2021

Spotlight On: Philip Edsel

Capture One Brand Ambassador Philip Edsel on the Link between Fashion and Sports Photography.  It’s uncommon to hear of a creator on the rise who simultaneously steps back to give their artistic ability room to speak for itself and chooses to
Blake Pope - historic diner in Charlotte, North Carolina
Blog PostsAugust 23, 2021

Spotlight On: Blake Pope

When it comes to capturing the essence of an interior space, the onus is on the photographer. Acutely aware of this fact is North Carolina-based photographer, Blake Pope. One of Capture One’s newest brand ambassadors, Pope’s work focuses primarily on
10 photographers who create impact through photography
Blog PostsAugust 19, 2021

10 photographers who create impact through photography

Explore the works of ten inspiring photographers who document—and influence—the world through photography “The painter constructs, the photographer discloses.” ― Susan Sontag, On Photography In contemporary society, there is no other form of communication that moves us to the same
updates-to-redesigned-exporter
Blog PostsAugust 12, 2021

We’re Listening

NOTE: This article discusses an older version of Capture One Pro. To learn more about our latest version, click here. Following up on our previous statement regarding concerns about the redesigned exporter in Capture One 21 (14.3), we are happy
We Hear You
Blog PostsJuly 30, 2021

We Hear You

NOTE: This article discusses an older version of Capture One Pro. To learn more about our latest version, click here. On Thursday, July 22, Capture One launched a new update (14.3.0) for Capture One 21. Designed to increase functionality and
Share your creative process
Blog PostsJuly 13, 2021

Share your creative process

What’s your creative process? From the first cup of coffee to the moment you hit export, workflow is about editing as seamlessly as possible so your ideas can flow free. During July and August, we’re inviting you to share your creative
Sarah Silver
Blog PostsMay 26, 2021

How Sarah Silver creates dynamic beauty with Capture One on M1 Mac

NOTE: This article discusses an older version of Capture One Pro. To learn more about our latest version, click here. Fashion, beauty and movement photographer and Capture One ambassador Sarah Silver discovers the incredible performance when she pairs Capture One
Working with Capture One
Blog PostsMay 26, 2021

CEO interview: The power and potential of M1

In an interview with PetaPixel, Capture One CEO Rafael Orta reveals why the team re-architected Capture One to run more powerfully than ever on Apple Silicon – and what it means for the future of editing. While Apple computers powered
Sony Alpha 1 meets Capture One 21
Blog PostsApril 7, 2021

Sony Alpha 1 meets Capture One 21

NOTE: This article discusses an outdated version of Capture One. To learn more about our latest version, click here. Last year, photographer Philip Edsel was one of the first in the world to test the powerful new Sony Alpha 1
The never-ending quest for authentic color
Blog PostsMarch 19, 2021

The never-ending quest for authentic color

How do you accurately capture real-life color in a 2D photo? We open up the doors to our development lab and let you in on the secret of Capture One’s hand-calibrated camera profiles. Want to create your best possible photo?
Joe McNally on the new tools in the Spring update
Blog PostsMarch 3, 2021

Joe McNally on the new tools in the Spring update

Award-winning photographer Joe McNally takes you through the new and upcoming tools for Capture One 21 and how they’ve elevated his editing workflow.
Rafael Orta, Capture One CEO
Blog PostsFebruary 16, 2021

An Open Letter from Our New CEO: Photography Brings Beauty and Joy into Our Lives

When I first joined Capture One back in December of 2020, I did some snooping on social media and was blown away by the experience and talent connected with Capture One. I’d encourage you each to do the same: search
Tell it with green
Blog PostsJanuary 18, 2021

Tell it with green

For our Capture One 21 launch, we challenged Polish food and still life photographer Maciek Miloch to tell us about his experience of the pandemic – using just one color. In this blog, he shares the inspiration behind his shoot
High Speed with Capture One
Blog PostsDecember 21, 2020

High Speed with Capture One

Go beyond the Speed Edit tool and discover the performance improvements in Capture One 21 that will make your photo editing faster.
Explore Capture One 21 with Paul Reiffer
Blog PostsDecember 16, 2020

Explore Capture One 21 with Paul Reiffer

Photographer Paul Reiffer walks us through 4 key updates in the newest Capture One 21 release, and how they’ve elevated his workflow.
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