09 Mar Capture One 21 (14.1.0) released, includes Style Brushes, improved importing and more
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Source: DP Review
Capture One 21 was released this past December and its first major update is now available. Capture One 21 (14.1.0) is a feature release that contains new functionality, new camera and lens support and bug fixes.
New features added to Capture One 21 include new Style Brushes, an improved Import Viewer, additional ProStandard profiles and improvements to Live-View when shooting tethered with supported Leica cameras.
Style Brushes are a new way to work with brushes and layers. Style Brushes are designed to be more accessible and make powerful editing tools instantly available to users. Essentially, the new tool is a streamlined, easy way to make local adjustments to your images.
There are many Style Brushes (seen in the list to the left in this screenshot) in the new version of Capture One 21. You can use Style Brushes to quickly and easily make localized adjustments to your photos. You can also create your own Style Brushes and share them with other photographers.
In Capture One 21 (14.1.0), there are numerous style brushes included to adjust color, light and contrast, and make enhancements. For example, there are built-in Style Brushes for enhancing a subject’s iris in a portrait and for whitening teeth. There are Style Brushes for adjusting brightness, contrast, highlights, shadows and haze. There are also brushes for adding cooling or warmth and tweaking color saturation. You can also create your own custom Style Brushes, and users can share
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