Learn the editing steps Kristina Varaksina takes in her workflow to give her Fujifilm images a painterly, soft look. Learn about tonal adjustments, color editing and skin tone and get inspired to create your own look.
One of the more difficult aspects of photographing people is getting the skin tone right in order to get that beautiful, natural look. Capture One has some great tools that will help you to achieve perfect skin tones. Join beauty and portrait photographer Jonas Nordqvist as he demonstrates the process in this step-by-step guide. Remember that you can download a free Capture One trial here. In this blog post, I will break down my workflow for you, so you get a better understanding how my process works and get a feel for how powerful Capture One Pro 11 really is. With that said, every photo is different, and I adapt my work process depending on the image. But, every photo starts in Capture One, either shooting tethered or importing from a memory card into a unique session folder for that specific shoot. Capture One > Photoshop > Capture One > Exported product Import and working in sessions I always shoot my work tethered when its physically possible and the cable doesn’t hold me down. Capture One …
Fashion photographer, Tobias Björkgren, took the plunge into the Phase One eco system three years ago and has been loving it ever since. See how he created his latest editorial art project using “only” his Phase One camera and Capture One Pro 8.
Getting proper skin tones has always been challenging. It can be hard enough to obtain a truthful skin tone on the face, but what about the rest of the body? Capture One Pro 7 offers an easy and effective tool to uniform these different skin tones.