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Editing Photos This section describes all the tools used in the creative process from adjustments to watermarking Lens Correction and Composition Use the Lens Tool Tab to address a number of unwanted issues commonly associated with lens distortion and use tools to alter the layout by cropping, rotating and applying keystone correction. Working with Colors Capture One provides a number of tools to adjust colors. The tools are designed to support your workflow when handling specific issues like saturation, white balance or skin tone. Exposure and contrast Use the Capture One Exposure Tool ...
About Phase One Phase One is the world’s leader in open-platform based medium format camera systems and solutions. Phase One medium format cameras, digital backs and lenses are designed to deliver superior quality image capture and investment value. Phase One’s Capture One software helps streamline capture and post-production processes for both medium format and DSLR cameras. Phase One products are known for their quality, flexibility and speed enabling pro photographers shooting in a wide range of formats to achieve their creative visions without compromise. Phase One is ...
Export and Processing This section describes how to export copies of your original images, as well as process and export variants that you have created. Capture One also provides a variety of ways to showcase work. You can print photos, create a slideshow or export to a Web Contact Sheet. Export Originals and Variants With Capture One’s dedicated Export function, you can export copies of your original files, with or without adjustments, or you can quickly export variants straight from the browser using a single Process Recipe. Process Variants Pro Find out how to output image variants u...
Contact us Capture One / C1 TECHNICAL SUPPORT Capture One software support Visit Phase One's support page that also includes a FAQ section. phaseone.com support User Forum Forums for Capture One, Media Pro, Phase One digital backs and cameras among others. forum.phaseone.com Documentation Access a PDF version of the Capture One User Guide as well as digital back and camera documentation. phaseone.com manuals PHASE ONE Find out about the latest Certified Professionals training, PODAS photography workshops and more. phaseone.com Phase One partners Find local partner Ph...
Capture One Glossary The glossary contains an Alphabetical list of terms used in the application and their definition. This glossary is divided in two (as some terms are only relevant depending on your workflow. Choose either Session or Catalog Glossary from the links to view a list of technical terms: Click for Catalog Users Glossary Click for Session Users Glossary
Setting up Capture One Phase One / Activation / Deactivation System requirements, installation, activation, deactivation, registration and opening. - System requirements - Installation - Activating Capture One Pro - Deactivation - Registration System requirements Capture One may run on other and older equipment than that listed below, but to ensure the best possible results we recommend that your computer, at the minimum, conforms to the following specifications: Microsoft® Windows® minimum requirements Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or better 4 GB of RAM 10 GB of free hard disk...
Quick Start Guide Basic workflow overview. First  activate Capture One, then follow this guide to get quickly up and running with the software. (Click on the links for more information about each tool and feature). - Video: Capture One Pro Overview - Getting started - Create a catalog - Importing images - Capture - Color - Exposure - Editing images - Lens Correction - Crop - Focus and sharpening - Local Adjustments - Export Originals - Export Variants - Batch Video: Capture One Pro Overview Get an overview of Capture One Pro in this video tutorial. (Click on the image to the right). Cap...
The Viewer Viewing images / Viewing photos / Thumbnails / Image Browser / Viewing videos / Loupe / Full screen / Slideshow / Capture Pilot The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. - Introduction to the Viewer - The Viewer Modes - Primary View - Multi view - Toggle Proof Margin - Select and view multiple images - RGB, Lightness, Exposure and rating information - Quick tip: Zoom Viewer - Viewing videos Introduction to the Viewer The Viewer gives you the option to view a single image or multiple images at once. The Viewer is a fundamental e...
About Capture One Capture One overview, Capture One versions and credits and legal information. - Capture One overview - Capture One versions - Credits and legal information Capture One overview Built on the world's best raw processing engine, Capture One Pro is the professional choice in imaging software. It enables photographers to reduce the time and effort required to create stunning, out of the box, images from leading high-end cameras. With a fast and intuitive workflow, it can be customized to fit your unique needs. It is the world’s best raw converter, rendering precise colors a...
User Interface Overview The main Capture One User Interface elements are a Tool Tab bar, the Viewer and Image Browser. - Basic Overview - Overview in Detail Basic Overview The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder, Album, Smart Album, Project, Group as well as a Catalog. The Cursor tools provide easy access to a number of closely related sub-features, referred to as Tools. The Tool Tabs give access to all of the core tools needed to edit ...
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