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.
Searching for ways to creatively express herself during lockdown and unable to shoot models our ambassador Tina Eisen has been working on a self portrait macro project the past few weeks.
Following on from our webinar about organizing with Catalogs, it’s only natural to continue with Capture One’s unique and alternative method of organisation, Sessions.
Capture One’s new Heal Brush “is every retoucher’s dream” says commercial retoucher Pratik Naik. Get his tour of the new tool plus expert tips on how to use it. The new heal brush in the latest Capture One update has photographers and retouchers rejoicing around the world. In this blog post, I’ll take you through the new tool – and be sure to start by watching the video to get a visual for how you apply it to an image. The Heal Brush icon is found in the Layers panel – once activated, it will automatically add a healing layer. Now, you don’t need to add additional healing layers because you can make as many adjustments as you like using the Heal Brush within that one layer. There’s no upper limit for the number of healing adjustments you can make, either. Be default, all you need to do is highlight the element or object in your image that you’d like to remove and Capture One will cover it up by calculating the best possible source point for …