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
- Advanced cropping tips for a faster workflow May 7 2015
Cropping, whilst a somewhat basic action, can be time-consuming if considerations have to be made for specific outputs, resolutions, scale and so forth. Fortunately the many cropping options available in Capture One Pro makes that a simple task.
- Control time and stay ahead of the game April 30 2015
Join Topher Scott, fashion and interior photographer, on a trip behind the scenes at one of his shoots. Watch how Capture One Pro 8 makes a difference for Topher’s workflow by letting him maximize his time and collaborate creatively with his clients.
- Fewer clicks, better results! April 23 2015
If you didn’t like Auto Levels before, we’re sure you’ll like it now. With the release of version 8.2, you can now instruct Capture One to automatically adjust each RGB channel individually, saving you time and giving you more control of your images.
- Automation in Capture One – a lesson in rocket surgery April 16 2015
This week we are happy to deep dive into another new workflow-improving feature in Capture One 8.2. Bring ease and consistency to the dull task of filing images through intelligent use of the new “Dynamic Locations”.
- How far can you go with Capture One 8.2? April 9 2015
It has never been easier to perform all of your creative magic in Capture One. See how easy it is to take full advantage of the powerful Local Adjustment layers and the new Color Balance tool to give your images the final look you desire.
- Color control like never before April 2 2015
See how to take full control of your colors with the brand new Color Balance tool. Discover it’s more advanced application and the design choices made to provide you with a quick yet precise way of “grading” images.