The secret sauce to Capture One Pro 8 is without a doubt a unique team of skilled and passionate people.
In this video and the next you get to meet the brainy PhD’s and passionate photographers all sharing the same love and passion for photography.
Find out who these people are, why they live and breathe for Capture One and why they think version 8 is the only choice for photographers who are serious about their images.
Feel the passion!
All the best,
The Image Quality Professor
The digital pioneer, Niels V. Knudsen, is Phase One’s Image Quality Professor and founder of the IQP blog. Moreover, he is responsible for breakthrough advancements in image quality both in Phase One’s medium format camera systems and in Capture One Pro.
The first video does not play on my iPad.
I am in Ukraine at this time so have not been able to download and try version 8 but I am looking forward to it. Hopefully you have incorporated two features that I have been wanting. 1) the spot removal tool being able to remove ling hairs or even telephone wires. (Aperture could do this very effectively since early vs.3) and 2.). The colour coding means nothing to me as it is. I know that the red dot is in fact Red. You do not need to tell me this. I need it to work like in “Media Pro” where I can tell my Red dot (or rather square) that the words beside the red square might be “to be Printed” or maybe “export to flickr.” Otherwise I need to have a piece of paper stuck to my monitor so that I can remember what each colour means. As it is I do not use it. Thanks for listening.
Sorry for the late response. Thanks for your input on color coding.
All the best,
..and applying multiple color flag will very helpful (as above I can want “to print” something and “publish to flickr”).