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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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Search and Filters Filters / Smart album / Metadata A simple text and filter search can help you find, sort and organize your images. The images in a selected collection (an actual folder, session folders, album, and smart album) are displayed in the thumbnail Browser. - Video Tutorial - Search and Filters - To Filter a Collection - To Filter a Collection by Rating Video Tutorial - Search and Filters Peter Eastway demonstrates how to use the Capture One Search and Filter to find and organize photos. if(!jQuery('.lb:last').hasClass('popup-link')) { jQuery('.l...
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Smart Albums Smart album / Folders / Filters / Metadata / Batch rename / Library A Smart Album is a filtered album containing a subset image collection. The Smart Album only contains the references and adjustments that will be applied to all views of the image. You can search and/or filter within a Smart Album.This will help to narrow down a collection of images to get a smaller subset to work on and accelerate workflow; e.g. Filter all images rated with three or more stars in the Smart Album that need retouching and finalizing. Smart Albums will only contain images located ...
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Rating Images Rating / Smart album / Filters / Metadata Use stars or colors to rate and organize images. Star ratings can be set from 1-5. Simply click on the rating bar below the image in the Browser to select a number. Click on one of the dots to set desired rating position. Ratings can be altered throughout the editing process. For example, if you want to change a 5 star rated image to a 3 star rating and then click the third star and the unwanted stars will disappear. Clear the rating by pressing "0". Capture One PRO enables color tagging as an additional rating option. You...
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Global Application Preferences Preferences / Customization Capture One Preferences enables customization of the application to help aid workflow. Go to Capture One > Preferences [Mac] or Edit > Preferences [PC] to edit and personalize Capture One’s global applications preferences. General Adjust function of mouse scroll wheel. Other options include whether or not to open a new Session in a new window. Appearance The background pattern and the color of the viewer can be adjusted to different shades of gray, white and black. The Capture O...
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