Phase One Capture One PRO v220.127.116.11056 Multilingual Cracked-EAT | 299MB
Capture One uses the concept of 'Collections' to group images together, in the example shown below this happens to be images in a particular folder, although in reality images from various sources can be grouped into a collection. The default layout has the collection pane (thumbnails) on the left, preview / work pane in the center and function tabs on the right. All panes can be resized or collapsed, you can also work in full screen mode without a titlebar.
The one big strength Capture One DSLR has over the Canon software is that all adjustments happen in (almost) realtime. That means you can make a grey balance adjustment and see the change immediately, this is far better than the rather slow-to-change Canon FIle Image Viewer.
You can alternatively switch to a horizontal view (press F8) which shifts the collection pane to the bottom of the window. This is probably a more useful layout for landscape photography.
"Capture One - a new word in the processing of RAW", said Jan H. Christiansen, marketing director of Phase One. "Computer processing of pictures today - is no less art than processing film in a dark room. We do not offer comprehensive solutions to problems of shooting, we just help them to manage quality photos, which they did."
Capture One Pro makes the difficult process of handling RAW-files simple, intuitive and exciting. Simple tools, simple menus, and easily understandable symbols. The program is compatible with many popular applications, for example, users can process RAW in Capture One, then to make final preparations for the processing and printing in Adobe Photoshop.
* A new user interface gives maximum attention to the images. In the center of the workspace - picture, and not sliders, sliders, and various kinds of service information. A dark background allows more convenient to work with photo;
* Work with 12 images simultaneously at full resolution;
* For a single RAW image can be made several virtual versions to compare results of one or another correction - on disk is stored only one original RAW;
* Gentle use policy license code on multiple computers.
* Restore the details in shadows and highlights, the expansion of dynamic range;
* Import and export image format DNG;
* A new architecture program offers a faster image import, processing and export
Capture One Pro is created, all-in-one, reducing the need for post processing of images, which in practice means a requirement to use Photoshop for image processing. Capture One Pro is similar to Lightroom.
If the earlier direct capture of images from the cameras was carried out only native specialized software, now Capture One 4.8.2 PRO can take snapshots directly from your camera or with a cable connection, either through transfer to Wi-Fi, which is gaining popularity with professional dSLR. That is, when working with Wi-Fi transmitter in the studio photographer takes the model, the pictures at this moment is automatically forwarded to standing near a laptop, where they capture Capture one and then applies the settings selected photos to those obtained with the camera images. By the end of shooting, the photographer and the model fit to the display, select the most successful (already processed) images. This saves time, which can be spent on another series of photographs.
Color Management and Preferences
Globally you can set various preferences including full color management support. Capture One DSLR comes provided with profiles for the EOS-1D and EOS-1Ds under various light conditions. You can also select destination color profiles for output, web and proof destinations as well as your monitor profile. There are also a wide range of preferences to choose from, click on the reduced image below to see them in more detail.
Operation and Workflow
Operationally you can work on previous shot and stored images or capture directly from the camera 'into' a collection live in the Capture One DSLR application. This feature wasn't tested at this stage.
As you change settings such as color balance, sharpening etc. these are stored by Capture One in its own database (remembered on a per image basis). These settings can be saved and loaded as well as applied to selected images, a batch 'development' or an entire collection. Settings are arranged into three of the five function tabs on the function pane, each function pane is described below.
Below you will find two versions of the same EOS-1Ds RAW image output as JPEG from both Capture One DSLR and Canon's own File Viewer Utility. Remember that Capture One DSLR is still in its Beta form and thus image quality and performance may not be true to the final version. I do like the overall tonal balance and color response of the Capture One DSLR image, very nice.
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