What does the workflow of a wedding photographer look like? Join David and Capture One Ambassador, Eric Ronald, for an exclusive look at what goes into shooting and editing destination weddings. Bring your questions for the live Q&A! Eric Ronald is an Australian photographer known for creating timeless imagery that celebrates the human experience and true love. His passion and unique ethos has taken him around the world to document wedding days of couples in Kenya, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Cyprus, Montenegro, India, The Philippines, Egypt, among others. Please note, due to Eric’s location, there is only one session for this webinar.
Since their introduction in Capture One 7, catalogs have provided an effective solution for working with large sets of images with a relatively tiny data footprint and centralized file structure. This is done by caching the preview files within the catalog package, minimizing the need to access the source RAW files. When the original source files are not available, the previews are marked at the top with “Offline” and the thumbnails in the browser pane have a question mark icon. In joining, you’ll learn about: What are offline photos? What are the benefits of offline photos? What settings should I optimise in Capture One? A thorough understanding of how the Catalog works in relation to preview files opens up new workflow options and increases the robustness of your Catalogs. Download a 30-day trial of Capture One.
Before the pandemic, Tina Eisen was covering Copenhagen Fashion Week and New York City Fashion Week. She had also covered London Fashion Week, covering the Sibling show while dividing her time as a speaker for Canon.
Join David with Capture One Ambassador, Joe McNally. Joe recently returned from Tokyo tasked with covering the Olympics for ZUMA press agency. Learn how the speed and quality of Capture One helped Joe deliver his spectacular imagery to the agency on deadline.