Knowledge Base

The Phase One knowledge base is a centralized database of articles written and updated frequently by the Phase One support team.

Consisting of concepts, data, requirements and specifications for various Team Phase One products, you can often find solutions to your questions and issues by entering related keywords in the search field below. You may also search by the known article number as well.

X
Search results for:
Only in English
Modifying Capture Naming and Counters Tethered shooting / File naming / Importing images Capture One imports images directly when working with a tethered camera, and you can choose from and apply a wide range of naming and counter options in the process. - Name or rename images - An overview of Counters - Adding Counters - Setting Counters for both tethered use and import using a memory card - Setting a Counter value - Setting the Counter increment - Manually decreasing the Counter - Resetting a Counter Name or rename images As both the memory card and its internal naming system are by...
Tethered Capture Pro Tethered shooting / Sessions / Catalog Shoot directly to the computer for an instant preview on screen, automatically apply image adjustments and control the camera. This section describes how to get the most from Capture One when working with a tethered camera. Tethered Capture Overview Shoot directly into Capture One using Sessions or Catalogs; the world’s most advanced tethered capture solution. Modifying Capture Naming and Counters Capture One imports images directly when working with a tethered camera, and you can choose from and apply a wide range of naming...
Managing the Capture Location Tethered shooting / Session / Catalog Whether you're working with a Session or a Catalog, Capture One always stores captured images on the computer, instead of the camera's memory card. You can leave the storage destination to Capture One or you can override it, however as a Session and Catalog vary in how they manage images there are some different options available. Organizing the Capture Location in a Session You can leave the storage location for captured images to Capture One or you can specify a new folder, at any time. Organizing the Capture Location...
Capture during Live View Tethered shooting / Viewing images / Composition / Exposure Capture One's Live View mode allows you to check composition and focus as well as capture the image, all from within a dedicated workspace. Note compatibility with the Live View mode requires a supported camera model. - An overview of the workflow - Adjusting focus using the camera’s AF system - Focusing manually with assistance from the Focus Meter - Controlling autofocus with assistance from the Focus Meter (Phase One iXG Camera System only) - Using an Overlay - Live View: Digital back support - Live...
Remote Shooting with Capture Pilot In addition to browsing and rating images served by Capture One Pro via a computer, the Capture Pilot iOS app offers wireless remote control, image browsing and geotagging with Phase One IQ2 and A-series system cameras using Wi-Fi. Wireless streaming of live view is also possible in conjunction with the Phase One IQ250 and the Alpa A250 models. By adopting the Alpa smart device holder, an iOS device can be directly mounted to the A250 camera and used as an electronic viewfinder. With Phase One IQ2 based system cameras you can capture images, validate ...
Lens Correction Capture One has numerous tools to deal with lens distortion, including automatic detection and correction using lens profiles. - Overview of correction profiles - Apply a specific lens profile - Apply a generic lens profile - About chromatic aberration and purple fringing - Removing chromatic aberration - Removing purple fringing - Diffraction correction - Distortion correction - Correcting soft corners - Reduce light falloff - Lens correction: Movement Overview of correction profiles The Lens Correction tool includes predefined corrections or profiles for many popular le...
Capture Pilot (™) Pro Capture Pilot / Thumbnails / Viewing photos Available as a free download from the Apple App store, Capture Pilot lets you present, rate and capture photos on an iPad, iPhone and iPod touch directly from Capture One Pro software. Remote capture and adjustment of exposure controls on certain Phase One, Mamiya, Leaf, Canon and Nikon models when tethered to a Mac or Windows computer running Capture One Pro is also possible with optional Capture Control, while wireless control and geotagging is offered with Phase One IQ2-series system cameras. - Using Capture Pi...
Live View Workspace Tethered shooting / Customized workspaces / Workflow Capture One has a dedicated workspace with its own set of tools for controlling a tethered camera, while viewing the image directly off the camera's sensor. Find out how these tools can benefit your workflow. - Overview of the Live View interface - Live view interface: Toolbar - Live view interface: Cursor tools - Live view interface: Tool Tabs - Adding more tools Overview of the Live View interface When a compatible camera is connected for tethered capture, starting Capture One Pro’s Live View mode opens a new wi...
Working with an Overlay Pro Overlay / Crop / Composition Use the Overlay tool when working tethered to help capture images for a specific layout or design. The Overlay tool can also be used when working with Live View. - An overview of the Overlay tool - Using an overlay - Adjusting the position using the Overlay Pan tool An overview of the Overlay tool The Overlay tool is an advanced composition aid and is commonly used when shooting tethered . This function is often used to capture an image that will match a specific layout. For example, an image could be made for a magazine cover ...
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 ...
Please wait!