Capture One 8.2 Released

Mar 25, 2015

  Main features in this release: New 3‐Way Color Balance Tool for color grading Resizable Curve Dynamic Import Locations High resolution previews for 4k and 5k monitors File and tether support for Nikon D5500 Tether support for Nikon D750 Click here for a complete list of all the new features and bug fixes available in…

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Capture One 2015 Serious Technical Training

Jan 20, 2015

National Capture One expert, Josh Booth, is hitting the road once again to offer advanced Capture One Pro training. Come learn about the tips and tricks that will bring your workflow to the next level. This is serious technical training. All training sessions will include lunch. Meet your local sales representatives and manufacturer representatives in…

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Capture One 8.1 Released

Dec 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

Main features in this release: Editing in Photoshop, Quick Cursor Tools, Up to 16 Adjustments Layers, Incremental Camera Controls, file support for Sony A7-II, Fujifilm X100T and X30. Click here for a complete list of all the new features and bug fixes available in the update. Download Capture One 8.1 update Purchase Capture One Pro…

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How to Tether with Capture One Pro 8

Sep 16, 2014

Curious on how to tether to Capture One Pro 8? Phase One released all new tutorial videos walking you through a number of features. Shooting directly to Capture One Pro 8 is simple with a compatible Sony, Nikon, Canon, Phase One or Leaf camera. With this video, one will learn how to: Manage files Remote…

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Capture One Pro 8 Now Available

Sep 16, 2014 | One Comment

Just released at Photokina 2014, Phase One’s Capture One Pro 8 is making a splash! Capture One Pro 8 is a professional RAW converter offering ultimate image quality with accurate colors and incredible detail for more than 300 high-end cameras and DSLRs. Many features have been added to Capture One Pro 8 such as: NEW…

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Keep Your iPad at Your Side While You Tether

Jul 24, 2014

Whether you are tethering with cables or wirelessly, using software like Case Air or Capture Pilot that displays your images on an iPad as you shoot,  creates a certain convenience that is undeniably, well, convenient! But the question arises,  how to mount or attach your iPad to a lightstand, tripod or even to your side? You…

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