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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, surrounded by the spectacular scenery in Iceland, photographer Paul Reiffer tried out the new Capture One for iPad to see what it means for taking your work on the go. Join Paul behind the scenes and see how Capture One for iPad can elevate the way you work.   Want to try Capture One for iPad? Download the app here. About Capture One for iPad Capture One for iPad is the latest tool for photographers on the go who want to save time and travel light without compromising on quality. The iPad app has the same image quality and color rendering functionalities as the desktop app, but now in a more portable package. It lets you bring the full power of our RAW converter anywhere you go and be confident that the images you export …

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 images to his clients much quicker to make the happy couple even happier.   Many photographers have been able to elevate the way they work on the go by bringing less equipment and starting the editing work on location with Capture One for iPad. One person who has seen a change in his workflow is Florence-based photographer and educator Alessandro Galatoli. As one of the 10,000 beta testers of the app, Alessandro has been experimenting with how it could improve his workflow since it was first released in April. Faster delivery Specializing in destination weddings, Alessandro prides himself on being able to deliver a premium service to his clients coming from across the world to celebrate their special day in the spectacular Italian scenery. “My visual style is really detail-oriented. I try to create a …

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 …

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 seven improvements to get excited about in the latest update. 1. Make your Live Sessions longer Give your clients and collaborators more time to review and give feedback on your images. With the latest update of Capture One Pro, Live sessions can last for up to one month, letting your clients view and rate the images in their own time and giving you more time to review their feedback. 2. Keep your shared images safe Concerned about people screenshotting your images in Capture One Live and using them without your consent? Don’t worry. With the latest update, you can now find the option to add a watermark to your images in the Capture One Live menu making it easier to keep your images safe. 3. Commenting for Capture One Live is here We hear you. …