Why the LOOKSLIKEFILM founder switched to Capture One
From more color editing possibilities to better image quality, photographer and LOOKSLIKEFILM founder Lukas Piatek explains why he switched his workflow to Capture One. Plus, discover how the powerful tools helped Lukas create the ultimate Styles pack.
CAPTURE ONE BLOG
Tips and tutorials for Capture One
- First XF Feature Update is out November 11 2015
Get acquainted with Feature Update #1, presented by our Head of R&D, Lau Nørgaard. Watch a short introduction to the new cool features and functionalities.
- Capturing sirens and fairytales in L.A. October 23 2015
Fine art and fashion photographer, Bella Kotak, recently borrowed a Phase One camera system and traveled to L.A. to capture some fantasy creatures. Bella is now back from the magical lands of Los Angeles and excited to share what she captured.
- Tips for shooting jewellery October 1 2015
Shooting jewellery is all about controlling reflections, contrast and dynamic range at the shooting stage in order to retain maximum information, detail and flexibility for the post-production stage. See how Tony May handles this challenge.
- Boil down your favorite image looks into a Style or Preset September 10 2015
There are a many tools in Capture One for either correcting images or applying creative flair. The array of different options available can be a bit mind-boggling. Have you thought about boiling down your favorite image looks into a Style or Preset?
- Retoucher Takeover: A Quest for (even more) Dynamic Range September 4 2015
High-end retoucher Pratik Naik decides to put a Phase One camera to the test and explore the additional dynamic range he often finds missing in smaller format files. See how it all went when Pratik tested the IQ250 digital back in his very own shoot.
- 3 easy steps to accurate perspective in your architecture images August 27 2015
Sometimes our brains play tricks on us when judging perspective. Discover why less Keystone correction appears more natural than total correction. We’ll show you to achieve that natural-looking perspective in 3 easy steps.