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 5 & 6 support the vast majority of the major pro and ‘pro-sumer’ level cameras: cameras from Canon, Fuji, Leaf, Leica, Mamiya, Minolta, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phase One & Sony.
Luminous Landscape's Advanced Guide to Lightroom 5
History of Capture One - Kevin RaberFREE14:36
Introduction to Capture One 5FREE8:09
Sessions & ImportFREE9:14
Library & Tools27:34
Color, Lens Correction & Overlay14:08
Clarity Tool and Blown highlights Workflow18:22
Noise & Moiré11:13
Black and White9:13
Web Contact Sheet4:15
Levels and Curves8:56
Lightroom 5 Spot Removal4:52
Color Editor (excerpt)FREE3:38
Capture One 5 Shooting Tethered9:09
Editorial - a word to Phase One3:03
Integration with Lightroom and Photoshop10:34
What's New in 5.1?35:35
Capture-U Offer and Wrap5:17
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