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Seven Reasons to use Capture One Live

8 reasons to use Capture One Live on your next shoot

Tired of constant back and forth with clients and unnecessary delays taking up your precious time? With Capture One Live – a real-time image-sharing tool that integrates seamlessly with Capture One Pro – you can instantly share your work with others and speed up your workflow leaving more time to do the things you love. Here are eight reasons to use Capture One Live to create a more efficient and collaborative workflow for your next photoshoot. 1. Have clients and colleagues join photoshoots anywhere in the world Your clients/collaborators can join a photoshoot and view images as you shoot them from anywhere in the world. No need to fly across cities, countries, or continents for you or your clients, saving time and money. The freedom of location Capture One Live offers can also help you widen your client base outside of your local area. 2. View images in real-time on separate devices Even if you are in the same location, Capture One Live can be useful. Your clients/collaborators who are on set can view images …

Five features retoucher Jan Wischermann can’t live without

  Working with big-name brands and magazines like ELLE, The New Yorker, Mastercard, and Schwarzkopf, delivering high quality edits with speed is important to professional retoucher Jan Wischermann. With years of experience, he has perfected his workflow to be as efficient as possible while maintaining full control over every element of the images he works on. Here are five features in Capture One Pro that he can’t live without – or at least work without. 1. Your favorite tools at your fingertips with Custom Tool Tabs Don’t waste any time looking for the right tools. In Capture One Pro you can create Custom Tool Tab to have all your favorite tools just one click away. This is Jan’s first tip for a more efficient workflow. In his workspace, Jan has set up different Custom Tool Tabs for when he is on a shoot, when he is doing image selection, and when he is retouching. “For instance, if I am on a shoot, I put things in the Custom Tool Tab that I use the most …

NX Studio vs. Capture One Pro. Find the best RAW converter for your NEF files

Why Capture One is the best RAW converter for your Nikon images

Not all RAW converters are created equal when it comes to getting the most out of your images. Find out why Capture One is the most effective RAW processor for your Nikon NEF files. Nikon RAW software or Capture One Pro? Capture One Pro is relied upon every day by Nikon DSLR and Z-series mirrorless camera users to get beautiful true-to-life colors from their Nikon RAW files. As the most powerful alternative to the Nikon RAW editor NX Studio, there are many benefits for Nikon owners using Capture One Pro. Drag the slider to see before/after editing in Capture One Pro Nikon Picture Controls Capture One Pro’s initial color processing replicates the Nikon Picture Controls in your Nikon camera, meaning you can get the look and feel of your out-of-camera JPEGs with all the power and fine control of RAW. The individual in-camera Picture Controls are reproduced using Nikon ICC profiles – these are not filters, which can look unrealistic. You can convert your RAW file to a JPEG straightaway without further modification, or you …

Jan Wischermann tests out the flexibility of working on the go with Capture One for iPad

Retoucher Jan Wischermann on using Capture One for iPad on the go

Being on the road for two weeks, shooting in some of the most scenic locations to be found in Sicily, retoucher and Capture One Ambassador Jan Wischermann got to experience the flexibility of Capture One for iPad using the Beta version of the app to work on the go for the project “Sicily, Women and Cinema“. Watch the behind-the-scenes of the shoots to see how Jan was able to get a head start on his editing.     “Sicily, Women and Cinema” is a photo series by fashion photographer MOJA shot over 12 days in Sicily. The project aims to show off the unique scenery found on the island and encourage more film studios to choose it as the location for their next film. Moving between different sets all over the Italian island, with time to kill on long car rides or while the crew was setting up the shoots, expert retoucher Jan Wischermann was able to start his work while away from the computer using the newly released Beta version of Capture One for …