I started using Capture One about 9 months ago and in that time it's slowly replaced Lightroom as my main image editor. Since I’ve used it in some of my workflow videos it’s something that I’ve received a lot go questions about so I’ve decide to put together this overview of Capture One looking at my own experience as a landscape photography and explaining a few tips that I’ve found made the learning curve a little easier, as well as a few tips that I use for post processing my images.
The video isn't meant to compare Lightroom with Capture One and say which software is better. They are both different and I still find that I use Lightroom in my workflow as it has tools like photo-merging of panoramas and exposure bracketed images which Capture One doesn’t have. Nor do I go into great depth about all the different features of Capture One, the best place for that kind of information is the Capture One Learning Hub
I’ve split the video into 7 parts:
1 - The Workspace 3:00
2 - File Organisation 6:04
3 - Adjustments: Contrast 8:57
4 - Adjustments: Layers 11:34
5 - Adjustments: Luma Masks 17:10
6 - Adjustments: Colour 19:38
7 - Exporting 22:57
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