Monochrome Flowers in Capture One (Will Also work in Lightroom)

Flowers are probably not the subject you normally associate with black and white images, but you can actually create some nice imagery with the right black and white technique. As I haven’t been able to get out to take photos as much as I used...

Capture One Launches New “Beyond” Style Packs: Film inspired Styles

Capture One has launched some new style packs inspired by film that they’re calling “Beyond Film”. There are two new collections, one colour and one black and white. The Colour pack, “Beyond Film” has four styles with three variations, while the black and white pack...

How to Troubleshoot Capture One Performance Issues

One of the things that I’ve come across when corresponding with readers, is that some people seem to have major problems with the performance in Capture One, while others, like myself have never had any issues with the speed of the software. Specifically, I often...

Healing in Capture One Pro 20

It is unusual for a company to show off new software features before the are released. The Capture One Pro team were apparently too excited about the new features to hold off showing off the new stuff. So in early May, David Grover, at Capture...

Just A Kit Lens (Not)

You can usually spend a lot of money on more and more lenses as you progress as a photographer. But sometimes you forget the good things you have, like the kit lens you bought when you first bought into a camera brand. In my case...

Should you switch to Capture One from Lightroom?

"Should I switch to Capture One?" is a question I get asked a lot. It's also challenging to answer, because everyone is different, and everyone's needs are different. So in this post, instead of answering that question directly, I'm going to try and give you...

Creating a multi-exposure effect in Capture One

In this Capture One quick video, I show you how to create a multi-exposure, or lens reflection effect directly in Capture One without using any additional software. I discovered this completely by accident. I was working on a different image, and I had created a...

Two Quick Capture One Tips for Fuji Shooters

Here are two quick tips for those working with Fuji Files and Capture One. The first is based on a question I got from a customer, regarding working with Jpeg files in Capture One. The second is about a quirk of the lens correction module...

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