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Annotating Images Pro Capture One Pro allows you to superimpose line drawings or sketches on images using the Annotations tool. It is intended as a visual aid when suggesting ideas for retouching. - Overview - Note for Express users - Shortcuts - Sketching on images - Adjusting the cursor size - Copying between images - Displaying annotations - Hiding annotations from view - Searching for annotated images - Erasing annotations Overview Capture One Pro features an Annotations tool. It consists of a simple brush or pen-type tool to make line drawings or sketches as a visual aid for retou...
Repairing Images The Layers tool in Capture One Pro has individual brush-based Heal and Clone tools for localized repairing of images. - Repair layers - Repairing with the heal tool - Repairing with the clone tool - Setting a new source point - Adjusting target area - Viewing the before and after effect quickly - Switching from local to global adjustments Repair layers In addition to the standard Adjustment Layer option, Capture One Pro has two Repair Layer options: Clone and Heal. Each of these two layers have dedicated brush-based local Clone and Heal repair tools. Both look similar i...
Editing in other Applications Output / Process images / TIF / JPEG Editing images in third-party software, such as Adobe Photoshop or Helicon Focus, is available using the Edit With… and Open With... commands. - Using an External Editor - Making image adjustments with an external editor - Opening images in an external editor Using an External Editor When you need to make highly-specific image modifications, such as advanced retouching, stitching or stacking, you can select an external editor or a standalone plug-in for Capture One to use. The external editor must be selected first to ...
Working with Styles and Presets in Layers Capture One's Layer's tool allows you to apply Styles and Presets selectively to your images. You can also save groups of adjustments as a Preset and apply those to batches of images. - Overview - Applying styles and presets to a masked area - Brushing in directly - Save settings as a style - Save styles in a folder Overview Capture One allows the application of certain built-in and user-customizable Styles and Presets to layers, thereby allowing you to apply groups of adjustments as a specific look or profile to selective areas of an image. Styl...
Exporting Originals and Variants Output / Raw / JPEG / TIF / EIP With Capture One’s dedicated Export function, you can quickly export copies of your original images, with or without adjustments as seperate files. Variants can also be exported. Variants are processed using a single Process Recipe only. - Exporting original images - Exporting variants - Exporting images as EIP files Exporting original images Capture One lets you quickly export virtually identical copies of the original RAW, JPEG, PNG or TIFF source files, directly from the main menu or browser to a folder location on ...
Applying Adjustments using a Gradient Mask Adjustments can be applied using a gradient mask, giving a similar effect to a graduated filter. - Overview - Applying a graduated filter effect - Refining the gradient mask Overview The Layers’ Gradient Mask option enables you to create a mask with a gradual transition in opacity between two points. With an adjustment applied, such as a negative exposure correction, the effect is similar to applying an optical graduated filter. Not only can you can control the range of the transition and its position relative to the subject, but you can also ad...
Color Range Mask Capture One enables you to create a mask from a color range using the Color Editor tool. - Working with a color range selection - Creating a mask from a color range - Creating masks from a color range for multiple images Working with a color range selection Capture One enables you to create a mask by a color range using the Color Editor tool. This option works well for a broad range of selection tasks, from subjects with difficult to brush edges to those with clearly defined colors. Note, however, while a color range helps to target the selection for the creation of the ...
Working with Process Recipes Find out about Process Recipes, how to use them and customize them, or create new ones to suit your needs. - Benefits of using process recipes - Process image variants using recipes - Process multiple file formats simultaneously - Verifying recipe settings - Proofing recipes - Creating process recipes - Resetting recipe settings - Process summary warning Benefits of using process recipes As Capture One works non-destructively, the application never alters the original image files in any way. When images are required in the various sizes, formats and color spa...
Image Settings View or modify the Process Recipe’s preconfigured settings for file format, bit-depth, quality, output color space (ICC profile) and image dimensions from the Basic tab. - Modifying recipes - Specifying file format - Specifying color space - Image dimensions and resolution - Set dimensions only (resize) - Set dimensions and resolution (resample) - Open with an external application Modifying recipes When adopting one of Capture One’s pre-configured process recipes, the settings may require some adjustment to suit your needs. When you modify a built-in recipe, the original ...
Output Location and Naming Set the destination location for output and create and name folders and sub-folders from the Process Recipe’s File tab. Find out how the Recipe's File tab integrates with the seperate Output Location and Naming tools. - Overview of the workflow - Select output location using root folder - Selecting the destination location using output location tool - Naming or renaming variants on output - Appending file names using the root folder Overview of the workflow When preparing image variants for output using one or more process recipes, you have several tools at yo...
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