Fashion, beauty and movement photographer and Capture One ambassador Sarah Silver discovers the incredible performance when she pairs Capture One 21 with the powerful new M1 Mac. For Silver, working with a community of creatives is one of the most rewarding aspect of being a professional photographer. A former aspiring ballet dancer, it should come as no surprise that motion and dance figures prominently in her work, and her most recent shoot at Jack Studios in NYC is no exception. Taking advantage of the new Apple M1 Mac with Capture One 21, Silver teamed up with longtime favorite makeup artist and beauty director, Walter Obal. In the past, the two have pursued projects that explored makeup application that utilizes shimmers, cream colors, and iridescent hues in macro beauty photography. “Technology has drastically evolved since Walter and I started collaborating in 2002,” said Silver, “Now you can take a picture of an eye and create a stop-motion animation that captures the literal applying and removal of makeup. You can build up a look and run it …
For the launch of Capture One 21, we challenged fashion photographer Michelle Watt to tell us about her experience of the pandemic.
Tethered capture (connecting to your computer and capturing directly to Capture One) is a perfect tool for working collaboratively in the studio, and seeing how your shot develops.
Emily Teague explains her post processing workflow using Capture One.