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Capture One Pro Tutorials for beginners and experts

Getting started with Capture One Pro 10

Getting started with Capture One Pro 10

Capture One Pro 10 gives you the possibility to raw convert and asset manage your images.
This short tutorial of Capture One Pro 10 is designed to help you to familiarise yourself with the interface, working on your images and learn about the two image management options categorisation through catalogue and sessions.

Performing Essential Adjustments

Performing Essential Adjustments

Learn how to use the basic tools in Capture One Pro 10 for basic image adjustment or creative effect. Covers the following tools - Exposure, White Balance, Levels, Curves, Clarity and Vignetting

Working with Styles & Presets

Working with Styles & Presets

Styles and Presets allow a rapid way of applying one or more adjustment tools to single or batches of images.Use them to speed up your workflow or apply a base set of adjustments.

Using the Color Balance tool

Using the Color Balance tool

The Color Balance Tool in Capture One Pro 10 provides a simple but yet powerful way to color grade your images. Apply individual hues in varying degrees to the Shadows, Midtones and Highlights, or globally to the whole image.

Using Local Adjustments

Using Local Adjustments

Local Adjustments provide a powerful way to selectively adjust areas of the image, for correction or creative impact.
Additionally learn how to dodge and burn in this simple tutorial.

Exporting Images to Final Formats

Exporting Images to Final Formats

Capture One has two methods for exporting to final formats (eg. JPEG,TIFF and more). Either via a simple 'Export' dialog, or through highly efficient Process Recipes. Learn how to use both.

Using the Color Editor

Using the Color Editor

Capture One has a sophisticated Color Editor that enables precise selection of color range and adjustment.
Furthermore, the specific skin tone editing functions make it simple to correct skin tones without the need for complex retouching.

Managing a Capture One Catalog

Managing a Capture One Catalog

Capture One Pro 10 contains powerful asset management features to handle your collection of images. Learn how to import and organise in this tutorial.

Proofing Images for Output

Proofing Images for Output

Proof View in Capture One Pro 10 allows you to export with total confidence.Remove the guesswork from export by visualising JPEG artefacts, ICC Profiles, Sharpening and Scaling directly in Capture One.

Customizing Capture One Pro

Customizing Capture One Pro

Learn how to customize Capture One's interface so it aligns with you, and also create your own keyboard shortcuts.

Correcting Lens Errors

Correcting Lens Errors

Capture One uses an extensive database of lenses from many manufacturers to correct for common lens faults.New in Capture One Pro 10 is correction for aperture limited optics with Diffraction Sharpening. Part of the new 3-Stage sharpening process.

Relocating Offline Files

Relocating Offline Files

Moving images and folders within Capture One retains the integrity of the Catalog database. However, if you move files or folders around at system level, you will need to re-establish their new locations in Capture One. This short tutorial shows you how.

 
Working with External Editors

Working with External Editors

Capture One 10.1 added support of PSD files in Catalogs and Sessions.
Learn how to "Edit with.." Photoshop PSD files (including layers!) and automatically return them to your Catalog or Session.