Discover new techniques and methods for editing your portraits. In this upcoming Livestream, we’ll together go through portrait edits from the studio to natural lighting.
Knowing your software is power. It lets you express yourself creatively because you don’t waste time thinking “how do I do this?” and leaves more room to think “how can I take this ten steps further?” Fashion and beauty photographer – and Capture One superstar – Sarah Silver shares her best tips for speeding up your workflow, getting better images, and becoming a Capture One superuser. Make shortcuts for anything and everything Crowned by her colleagues as the Queen of Hotkeys (or shortcuts), Sarah has customized every part of her workflow to be ready at her fingertips. “If I could hotkey making breakfast, I would,” she says. “Not only do hotkeys make me more efficient, but it also uses the part of my brain that I used when I played the piano as a kid. It’s like playing a chord.” Giving her hotkeys easy-to-remember names, like ‘three across’, ‘corner’, ‘spider’, and ‘wall’, helps her immediately find the finger placement and function for each of her shortcuts and makes it easier to let her colleagues on …
Join us for a livestream on everything color! Capture One has a host of tools to edit colors and color grade your shots to your own taste. In this livestream, we’ll take you through the basics of the Color Balance tool and the various ways you can use it to enhance your photographs. Coupling its use with the Basic or Advanced Color Editor will give you endless opportunities for color grading. Attend this livestream to learn how to: The mechanics of the Color Balance tool Simple Color Grading Techniques How to combine the Color Grading tool with Layers How to use the Color Editor in combination with other tools
Learn how Style Brushes and the Skin Tone Tool can help you easily fine-tune and even out skin tones.