There are two main things you need to know to mimic a film in Capture One are: 1, the spectral sensitivity of the emulsion of the film and 2, the type of the grain it has. Spectral Sensitivity Select your favorite film (now I have selected the FOMAPAN 100 Classic) and download the technical sheet […]Read more "How to Create Your Own Black and White Film Style in Capture One"
Do you want to print black and white photos in high quality? Then this tip is for you. Good quality printers use more colors for better color rendition and not just black but several gray inks for better tone rendition when you print in black and white. Step One (Windows) After you have up everything […]Read more "Use Printer Black and White Mode – Capture One Quick Tips"
Clients are coming and you haven’t prepared anything for them? No worries. Just use the slide show feature built into Capture One. Step One Filter the photos in browser view by using the Filters tool as we discussed in Chapter 3. Select the first photo that you want to present in the browser area and […]Read more "Slide Show – Capture One Quick Tips"
Sometimes, if you want to create postcards from your photos, or just prefer square format, you need to crop multiple images to the same size or aspect ratio. You can crop all of your photos one-by-one, but now I’m going to show you a more quicker and efficient way to do this. Step One We […]Read more "Crop to Same Size – Capture One Quick Tip"
When you import a photo into your catalog, Capture One records the paths of the raw material. But what happens when you accidentally rename or move an image into another location using your file manager? Step One If those case when Capture One not able to locate an already imported image, you will see a […]Read more "Locate Image – Capture One Quick Tip"
Sometimes, when you are working together with another photographer or a retoucher, could be handy if you are able to share your work with the others. Let’s assume, as a photographer, you have done the selection maybe assigned the metadata and you want to give your photos to the retoucher to adjust them one-by one. […]Read more "Export as Catalog – Capture One Quick Tip"
Capture One is automatically brings up its import dialog, when you insert a memory card into the reader, but sometimes, when you want to import photos that are already in your hard drive, the following method could be very handy.Read more "Drag and Drop Importing – Capture One Quick Tip"
If you are working with paper negatives or you are intended to create cyanotype or gum bichromate print from a digital photo, you have to turn the photo to negative. Fortunately, you don’t need other software, with a dirty trick, Capture One can do it for you. Step One I have already scanned and imported […]Read more "Invert Photos – Capture One Quick Tip"
Using the crop tool, you might realized, there is a crop overlay guide based on rule of thirds, what is cool, but can we change this to another one? Sure! And you’ll also get a tip for better crop experience. Step One Go to Edit > Preferences menu on a PC or Capture One > […]Read more "Crop – Capture One Quick Tip"
Renaming multiple file could be handy if you want continuous numbering of the remaining files after selection or any other cases when you only want to clean the closet. Here is how can you do it using Capture One. Step One You need to select the images you want to rename. In this case I […]Read more "Batch Rename – Capture One Quick Tip"
Download the new FUJIFILM Neopan 100 ACROS style for Capture One 9 for free, now! Check out Capture One Analogue Styles for more! Instructions can be found here.Read more "Free Neopan 100 Style for Capture One"
Lightroom has a special Dehaze slider for removing fog for from your image. Capture One has no such thing, but you can clear your hazy view by increasing Contrast, Clarity and Structure. I’m gonna show you now, how easy it is. Step One Go to Local Adjustment tool set by clicking the brush icon over […]Read more "Dehaze – Capture One Quick Tip"