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Man editing image on Capture One for iPad in the car

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 community of photographers and meet their needs in a timely manner. In this article, we will answer some of your most asked questions about the app and share some of the decisions behind the creation of Capture One for iPad. What can you expect from Capture One for iPad? The Capture One for iPad app has been created to complement the Capture One Pro desktop app. Even though the iPad app works perfectly well on its own, the two products work even better together. The new Cloud Transfer system lets you start on the go using the iPad and make the final touches at home on the desktop by transferring your work smoothly across devices – helping you get the most out of your time, money, and images. Throughout the development of the app, we …

capture one keystone tool


With an AI-driven automatic keystone, you can straighten vertical and horizontal lines in architecture, interior, and more in just one click – and even batch edit multiple images at once.

NX Studio vs. Capture One Pro. Find the best RAW converter for your NEF files

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 Pro? Capture One Pro is relied upon every day by Nikon DSLR and Z-series mirrorless camera users to get beautiful true-to-life colors from their Nikon RAW files. As the most powerful alternative to the Nikon RAW editor NX Studio, there are many benefits for Nikon owners using Capture One Pro. Drag the slider to see before/after editing in Capture One Pro Nikon Picture Controls Capture One Pro’s initial color processing replicates the Nikon Picture Controls in your Nikon camera, meaning you can get the look and feel of your out-of-camera JPEGs with all the power and fine control of RAW. The individual in-camera Picture Controls are reproduced using Nikon ICC profiles – these are not filters, which can look unrealistic. You can convert your RAW file to a JPEG straightaway without further modification, or you …