"It's crucial for me to shoot medium format in a stationary and meticulous manner so I see exactly what I'm getting onscreen, and can try immediate adjustments via Capture One Pro's quick edit sliders"
How has Capture One contributed to your workflow
It’s crucial for me to shoot medium format in a stationary and meticulous manner so I see exactly what I’m getting onscreen, and can try immediate adjustments via Capture One Pro’s quick edit sliders. The software makes a difference for me in three ways: first, as an extremely smooth and reliable tethering tool. Secondly, as a sorting and organisation tool to examine the images and separate wheat from the chaff in a straightforward and intuitive way. Thirdly, to add batch adjustments easily and to output high quality files with a simple click of the programmed process recipe.
I personally always like to use folders in my operating system (Mac) as my central form of organisation, and Capture One works alongside this easily. Predominantly I favour using Sessions for all my workflow, so for any one shoot, I can see easily upon glancing into its subfolders (Capture, Selects, Output, Trash) the position of my content without opening up the software.
Barocco House - Photographer: Miss Aniela. Model: Annabelle Loveluck. HMUA: Grace Gray. Costumes: Miss Aniela own, with dress in ‘The Awakening’ by Wendy Benstead.
Barocco Studio - Photographer: Miss Aniela. Model: Gina Harrison. HMUA: Lan Nyugen. Costumes: Agnieszka Osipa, military jacket Miss Aniela’s own. Assistant: Dan Lennard.
Images from top clockwise: "The Chapel", "Glacial Gate", "The Awakening", "Avalanche"