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Capture One Tutorials

Interface Explained

Interface Explained

As part of our Getting Started series, this short tutorial will help you get orientated with Capture One's interface.

Creating a Catalog and Importing Images

Creating a Catalog and Importing Images

As part of our Getting Started series, this short tutorial will show you how to create a Catalog and import images.

Essential Adjustments

Essential Adjustments

As part of our Getting Started series, this short tutorial will teach you about the essential adjustments in Capture One.

Export to Final Formats

Export to Final Formats

As part of our Getting Started series, this short tutorial will show you how to export to final formats.

Advanced Export

Advanced Export

If you want to take your Export skills one step further, then learning how to build Process Recipes is a must! Watch this tutorial to create consistent and high quality exports.

Using Annotations

Using Annotations

Annotations are a way to collaborate and communicate with other people working on the same image. Learn how to annotate your images and export annotations as a Photoshop layer.

Using Layer Adjustments

Using Layer Adjustments

Using Layers opens up more possibilities for RAW conversion and image adjustments. Watch this tutorial to understand the basics.

Advanced Layer Masking

Advanced Layer Masking

This tutorial follows on from "Using Layer Adjustments" and dives deeper into the potential of using Layers and other ways to refine your masks.

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 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.

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 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 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

Customizing Capture One

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 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.

Styles in a wedding workflow

Styles in a wedding workflow

In this video photographer Christian Oth shows us how he uses his own Style to make adjustments to large batches of images. Using images from a recent Harper's Bazaar shoot, Christian applies his signature Style and shows how to easily make further adjustments.

Landscape

Landscape

See a simple adjustment workflow on a Landscape image from start to finish, using a variety of tools in Capture One. This workflow covers Styles, Local Adjustments and more!

Portrait

Portrait

Watch David Grover perform this simple edit using one of our new Capture One styles (CM-04) in the Cinematic Style Pack.

Black & White - Lotus Flower

Black & White - Lotus Flower

Watch Martin Bailey adjust his image to Black and White perfection, and use a variety of techniques to drop out the background to full black.

Cityscape - Chicago

Cityscape - Chicago

Watch Paul Reiffer transform a Chicago rooftop cityscape from RAW to final adjustments in a few simple steps.

Fashion

Fashion

Watch Emil Monty adjust one of the images from our Capture One promo video and reach the final look.

Landscape - Kimberley Australia

Landscape - Kimberley Australia

Watch Peter Eastway take an image from the Kimberley, Australia from default to final adjustments in a few simple steps.

Auto

Auto

Adjustment workflow on an Automotive image from start to finish, using Gradient Masks, The Color Editor Tool, Clarity Tool, Cropping and more!

Landscape - Yosemite

Landscape - Yosemite

In Peter Eastway's second Adjustment Guide, watch him transform a shot of Yosemite from daylight to moonlight, with a few simple steps.

Food
Wedding

Wedding

Watch Jerri of www.bigloveweddingphotography.com do a simple but effective edit of this wedding image in Capture One.

Wedding

Wedding

A short guide by David Grover using image editing software program Capture One. Watch David apply adjustments, using Styles and Presets to a batch of Wedding images and then apply finishing touches to one final image.

Portrait

Portrait

Adjustment workflow on a Portrait image from start to finish, using Advanced Color Editor for Skin Tone, Local Adjustments and more!

Sessions

Sessions

In this video photographer Luke Schneider walks through his tethered session workflow and how to set it up

Get started with Capture One Sony

As a Sony camera owner, you get Capture One Express Sony with your purchase. When buying Capture One Pro Sony you get access to the full Capture One feature set for Sony cameras. 
Landscape - Norwegian Fjords

Landscape - Norwegian Fjords

In this guide, we're adjusting a capture from the Norwegian Fjords based on the SN-03 Style from the Seasonal Styles Pack.
Incorporate Capture One Styles in your editing to accelerate your workflow or to access features otherwise not available in Capture One Express Sony.

Street - Tokyo

Street - Tokyo

In this video we're editing a Tokyo Sakura capture based on the MT-14 Style from the Matte Styles Pack.
It is a short guide on how to integrate Capture One Styles in your image editing workflow. 

Landscape - Utah

Landscape - Utah

Editing a capture from the Utah deserts based on the CM-09 Style from the Cinematic Styles Pack.
Integrate Capture One in your editing to accelerate your workflow or to access features otherwise not available in Capture One Express Sony.

Landscape - Arizona

Landscape - Arizona

In this video we're adjusting a capture from Arizona based on the SN-08 Style from the Seasonal Styles Pack. 
Capture One Styles are designed to enhance curves, saturation, and tonal adjustments – without affecting key capture parameters such as exposure, white balance or levels.

Capture One Blog

On the Professor's blog you'll find Capture One tips, undocumented tricks and time-saving shortcuts from the Professor, under the hood exposes of Capture One from our techs, or a dose of inspiration from our hand-picked professional photographers.

Capture One Online Help

The Online Help site gives you instant and detailed access to the heart of Capture One. 

Live Capture One Webinars

Want to get the most out of Capture One? Don’t miss out on our webinars for beginners and experts.