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Multiple RGB-readouts Pro RGB-readouts / Black and White / Skin tone Capture One provides an option to have multiple RGB-readouts displayed in various areas of a photo. - To Set Multiple Readouts - To Delete Readouts - To Set Multiple Readouts - Lean More To Set Multiple Readouts Select an image. Choose the Readout picker from the Cursor tools. Click anywhere in the image to set the readout points. if(!jQuery('.lb:last').hasClass('popup-link')) { jQuery('.lb:last') .lightBox() .click(function() { jQuery('#lightbox...
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Lens Correction Tool – RAW only Pro Lens Correction / LCC / Generic Lens Profile / Vignetting Use the Lens Correction tool to address a number of unwanted issues commonly associated with lens distortion. The Lens Correction tool is designed to address a number of unwanted issues that are commonly associated with lens distortion. Capture One incorporates a number of preset profiles that are available for medium format lenses and will greatly improve image results when used appropriately. - Introduction to Lens Correction - Digital Back – To Apply a Specialized Lens Profile - Lens C...
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Keystone Correction Pro Keystone / Crop / Rotation / Lens Correction - Video Tutorial – Keystone Correction - Apply Keystone Correction Manually - To Apply Horizontal or Vertical Keystone Correction - To Apply Automatic Vertical and Horizontal Keystone Correction - To Hide Distorted Edges - Auto Rotate for IQ-series Digital Back Users - Learn More Video Tutorial – Keystone Correction Peter Eastway demonstrates how to use Capture One Pro to reduce or eliminate perspective distortion. The tool is particularly useful for correcting the verticals of a building that have been captured at ...
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Noise Reduction Noise reduction / High ISO / Grain Luminance noise exists in every digital image. Noise is caused by the light sensitive chip, regardless of ISO. Normally this noise is more visible at high ISO values. Higher Noise levels at high ISO values are caused because the signal has been amplified. Capture One allows the removal of luminance and color noise from images using the Color and Luminance noise reduction sliders. Luminance This slider removes the pattern-like noise often present in shadow areas. It is best practice to set Luminance to 25, even fo...
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Crop Crop / Rotation To revert to the un-cropped image. Click Reset adjustments button the crop mask. - To Use an Unconstrained Crop on an Image - To Add and Use Aspect Ratio - To Apply a Crop to Several Image Files - To Crop Outside the Image Area - Learn More To Use an Unconstrained Crop on an Image Go to the Composition tool tab or select the cursor tool. Select the Unconstrained Ratio from the drop down menu and drag a crop frame in the image area. Depending on your preference settings there will be a semi-transparent mask hiding the area that is being cropped....
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Dust and Spots Pro Dust and spots / Spot removal / Moiré - To Remove Dust - To Remove Spots - Learn More To Remove Dust Go to the Details tool tab. Open the Spot Removal tool. Zoom the image in the Viewer to 100%. Select Dust in the Type drop-down menu. Mark up any dust in the image. Adjust the size of each circle to match the size of the spot by dragging the line at the edge of the circle or by adjusting the Radius slider. The circle is movable. Place the cursor in the centre of the circle and drag and drop to change ...
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Sharpening Sharpening / Noise reduction / Grain / High ISO - Check Sharpness Without Zooming Into the Viewer - Check Sharpness in the Viewer Without using Zoom - To Sharpen an Image File - Learn More Check Sharpness Without Zooming Into the Viewer Go to the Detail tool Tab.  The Focus tool shows a section of the image that can be magnified up to 400%. Use the Pick Focus Point icon to select the desired area to inspect in detail. Adjust the magnification on the slider below the window. ...
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Local Adjustment Local Adjustment / Exposure / Color Editor / Sharpening / Moiré The Local Adjustments tool allows you to create layers and work on targeted areas of an image. Local Adjustment can be used to adjust selected areas of an image (e.g. specific areas that are overexposed). Start by adding a Layer and selecting the Brush. You can alter the Brush Size and Hardness, Erase Local Adjustments and customize local adjustments settings (e.g. only display mask when drawing ). Disable a Layer by removing the check mark in the Local Adjustments tool. The Background Layer can...
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Metadata Metadata / Presets / Rating / Filters The Metadata tool allows you to insert keywords and specific information in addition to the basic metadata from a camera. It is also possible to create your own Metadata Presets (a collection of values). Metadata can be very useful when organizing photos or used to simply brand photos with some indications of the image type or photo creator. You can set up your own metadata stamps (e.g. copyright, client profiles) and apply these to multiple photos. Add metadata by inserting keywords in the Metadata tab. Alternatively; add met...
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Styles and Presets Styles / Presets / Metadata / Viewing images A Style is comprised of multiple different settings included in a template that can be saved and applied to series of photos. An existing Style can be previewed if you mouse-over the particular style in the Styles & Preset library . A Style is created by using the Clipboard tool. Any combination of settings that are copied to the clipboard can be saved as a new Style. A Style can give you a good starting point when you need to apply a certain look to multiple photos. You can optimize workflow and save time by ...
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