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Capture One 24 has a series of new and exciting features to speed up your culling, editing and photography workflow

6 new features in Capture One Pro 23 to get excited about

Capture One Pro 23 offers a bunch of new tools and functionalities to make your workflow more efficient and flexible. Here’s a rundown to get you excited to work faster, together, and, ultimately, less. 1. Get the right look with Smart Adjustments Getting a consistent look across many images can be difficult and time-consuming if they are shot under different lighting conditions. Smart Adjustments are here to help automate that part of your workflow. The new tool, which has been designed for portrait, wedding, and event photographers, uses faces and skin tone as guidance to determine which adjustments to make to your photos. The most critical adjustments for achieving a consistent look are Exposure and White Balance. With Smart Adjustments, these can now be automatically tuned to match a reference image of your choosing. How to use Smart Adjustments So how do you use Smart Adjustments? Simply follow these steps: 1. Edit one image to your liking with Exposure and White Balance. 2. Find the Smart Adjustments Tool in the Adjust Tab. 3. Hit “Set …

Images by Shravya Kag, Diana King and Tana Gandhi

3 photographers on how they found their creative voice

When everyone has a camera in their pocket, it is on you as a professional photographer to make your work stand out above the rest. As both a craft and a form of expression, developing a strong voice through your photography is key. We spoke to three young photographers from Authority Collective – a group of womxn, non-binary and gender expansive people of color working towards more inclusivity in the photography, film and VR/AR industries – about how they found their own artistic expression and their best tips for making your work unique in both workflow and look. Shravya Kag Photo and video documentarian Shravya Kag treats the camera as an extension of herself. As a queer person of color, she navigates the terrain of human relationships by sharing mutual curiosity with her subjects. Born and raised in India, but having lived in New York since 2015, Shravya draws on her own experiences to bring a unique outlook through her photos, which often revolve around questions of identity, home, and personal space. “I deeply cherish …

Shoot tethered to Capture One for iPad

Get flexible with tethering for Capture One for iPad

Take your tethered setup on the go with Capture One for iPad. Now you can shoot your images directly into the iPad app tethered or wirelessly, letting you take your work wherever you want. For travel and food photographer Ulf Svane having a simple and light setup is key when on the job for publications like National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveller, or Bloomberg. Especially when he is moving in-between locations. Join the Danish photographer around Copenhagen as he tests out the new tethering capabilities of Capture One for iPad to see what it does to his workflow. Download Capture One for iPad to see how it can elevate the way you work About tethering to Capture One for iPad The professional choice on the go Capture One Pro has long been the industry standard for fast and reliable capture directly from your camera to your computer. However, bringing along a laptop if you are shooting outside of a studio is not always practical. With the new tethering capabilities in Capture One for iPad, you can …

6 tips to become a Capture One superuser from Sarah Silver

Knowing your software is power. It lets you express yourself creatively because you don’t waste time thinking “how do I do this?” and leaves more room to think “how can I take this ten steps further?” Fashion and beauty photographer – and Capture One superstar – Sarah Silver shares her best tips for speeding up your workflow, getting better images, and becoming a Capture One superuser. Make shortcuts for anything and everything Crowned by her colleagues as the Queen of Hotkeys (or shortcuts), Sarah has customized every part of her workflow to be ready at her fingertips. “If I could hotkey making breakfast, I would,” she says. “Not only do hotkeys make me more efficient, but it also uses the part of my brain that I used when I played the piano as a kid. It’s like playing a chord.” Giving her hotkeys easy-to-remember names, like ‘three across’, ‘corner’, ‘spider’, and ‘wall’, helps her immediately find the finger placement and function for each of her shortcuts and makes it easier to let her colleagues on …