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Viewing Photos Capture One provides a wide range of possible ways to view and inspect images. Users can customize the Image Viewer and the Image Browser to fit the needs of your particular workflow. The Viewer The Viewer displays a large preview of one image or a number of selected images. Browser View The Image Browser displays thumbnails of selected images from a folder or album. Loupe Tool The Loupe tool can be used to complement the other focus functions. Use it to quickly check focus while simultaneously viewing the whole image. Full Screen The Full Screen feature displays the maxi...
Library Import / Importing images In the Library Tool you can access files located on your local computer or on external drives and networks. The Library Tool is a filtered file explorer that displays supported files. The Library tool tab in Capture One is where all file navigation and organization takes place. Navigate via the tree-view to a folder that contains the image files you wish to edit. Thumbnails of the images within your selected folder will be created and displayed in the Image Browser. You do not necessarily have to import images to a local drive (although this is r...
Capture One User Interface The main Capture One User Interface elements are a Tool tab bar, Image Viewer and Image Browser. Located on the top bar of many tools you will find a help icon that will take you directly to relevant online help articles. Viewing Photos Capture One provides a wide range of possible ways to view and inspect images. Users can customize the Image Viewer and the Image Browser to fit the needs of your particular workflow. Toolbar The interface is divided into a number of elements, all providing a set of tools. The Toolbar provides graphical shortcuts to some of th...
Capture and Tethered Shooting Capture One enables users to speed up the creative process by capturing images directly to a computer where they appear almost instantly in the application.   Tethered Shooting Pro
White Balance White balance / Color balance / Black and White / Skin tone Use the Capture One White Balance tool to establish perfect natural colors and neutral grays. White Balance The Mode drop down menu provides a list of different White Balance presets. (E.g. Daylight, Tungsten, and Fluorescent). The menu has a Camera Custom as well as an As Shot choice, which refers to the White Balance used by a camera when the image is shot. Advanced users may prefer to create their own White Balance settings or choose alternative options. The Kelvin slider changes the color te...
Color Balance Color balance / White balance / Black and White / Skin tone The Color Balance tool gives you the opportunity to fine tune and get a unique look. It is possible to adjust colors to the highest standards in Capture One, but accuracy of results is dependent on having a well-calibrated monitor to precisely reflect any changes that have been applied to images. An accurate white balance should be set before you get started. Then color adjustments can be applied to create the desired mood for an image. Like other settings in Capture One, these changes can be saved as a Preset...
Rotation Rotation / Crop / Keystone - To Straighten Lines - Straighten or Rotate Multiple Images - To Rotate Freehand To Straighten Lines Open the Composition tool tab. Go to the Rotation tool and select the Straighten icon or select the Straighten option from the Cursor tool menu bar. Mark-up a horizontal or vertical line in need of correction. The image will automatically be corrected when the mouse-button is released. Use the slider to fine-tune the straightening. (Hover your mouse over the slider and change the setting with your scro...
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. White Balance Use the Capture One White Balance tool to establish perfect natural colors and neutral grays. Color Balance The Color Balance tool gives you the opportunity to fine tune and get a unique look. It is possible to adjust colors to the highest standards in Capture One, but accuracy of results is dependent on having a well-calibrated monitor to precisely reflect any changes that ha...
Editing Photos 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 Use the Capture One Exposure tool to adjust exposure, contrast, brightness and saturation. Composition The tools in the Composition tab enable users to control the layout of a photo. Crop, rotate, apply keystone corrections and utilize the Overlay tool when capturing an image for a specific layout or design. Details The Details tab includes tool for sharpening, noise...
Global Auto Adjustments Global Auto adjustments can correct six parameters including the White Balance, High Dynamic Range, Levels and Rotation - Apply Global Adjustments Apply Global Adjustments Global Auto adjustments can be applied by pressing the large A icon found in the toolbar. This Auto adjust feature can correct six parameters including the White Balance, High Dynamic Range, Levels, Rotation and Keystone*. Click and hold the A icon to reveal a drop down menu and checkmark the options that you want to automatically adjust. (These options can also be accessed and selected ...
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