7.5 Hour Multi-Segment Training Videos
with Kevin Raber, Michael Reichmann and Phase One’s David Grover
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Capture One has long been the pre-eminent raw software for professional and demanding amateur photographers. Originally designed for use with Phase One’s high resolution medium format backs, pro photographers subsequently demanded similar raw processing capabilties for their DSLRs and other raw-capable cameras. Phase One obliged.
Capture One supports the vast majority of the major pro and ‘pro-sumer’ level cameras: cameras from Canon, Fuji, Leaf, Leica, Mamiya, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phase One & Sony.
Capture One is available fromPhase One in both Windows and Macintosh versions; the application can be downloaded and used free for 60 days. The features & functions of the Mac & PC versions are now virtually identical.
If you are unfamiliar with Capture One, we urge you to explore the rich features of v7, 8 & 9.
Please note that although the content of this tutorial is created using Capture One 7, new users using Capture One 8 & 9 will find that 90% of this tutorial is directly applicable to the newer versions. Look for our newer version 8 & 9 Update tutorials on the LuLa videos main page.
About The Tutorial
The Luminous Landscape Guide to Capture One Pro is a comprehensive video tutorial covering all the key features of Capture One 7.
Various workflows are demonstrated. Watch over the shoulders of Kevin Raber & Phase One’s David Grover as they show the full power of this remarkable raw converter.
The format is High Definition 720P video suitable for playback on a computer or handheld device. Viewers have a choice of download video or streaming video—or both!
Mac, Windows, iDevice, Android, SmartTV, PlayStation & Linux are all supported.
The The Luminous Landscape Guide to Capture One Pro is made up of 31 separate video files. Each is titled and numbered. The video files use ‘chapter markers’ for easy navigation to specific points.