Catalogs & Sessions
- Migrating Apple Aperture Libraries to Capture One Pro September 18 2019
Switch your photo editing software from Apple to Capture One Pro in no time. Learn how to miigrate Aperture Libraries to Capture One with this simple guide.
- 5 Advantages of Capture One Pro over Lightroom May 15 2019
Food photographer Michaela Hartwig highlights the five key advantages of photo editing in Capture One Pro and shares tips for using the RAW editor to achieve her delicious shots.
- Relocating Offline Files in Catalogs October 22 2018
Offline files in Capture One mean that Capture One no longer knows the physical location of the images that are in a catalog. There can be a couple of different reasons why this happens, but in most cases it’s fast and easy to fix.
- Get your Lightroom Catalog into Capture One September 25 2018
Considering moving your Lightroom catalog into Capture One? Martin Bailey will guide you through his best practices for a smooth experience. Learn how to export your catalog from Lightroom and how to keep organization easy in Capture One.
- Sessions 103: Expert Knowledge January 19 2017
Do not miss the last piece of the puzzle! In the third and last post of this series series, we’ll discuss Sessions knowledge for Capture One Pro experts: How do you cull down and develop the most optimal workflow on set? Read along and test your Pro Session skills.
- Sessions 101: Discussing the concept January 16 2017
In this 3-part series on Sessions we’ll start with one for new users. In this post we’ll discuss the concept, and build up to how to use it like a professional in the studio. If Catalogs isn’t really the way you like to work, or you’re looking to get started in the professional studio industry, this guide might just be for you.