Photo Editing Without a Subscription: Quick Start to Capture One

Dan LeFebvre

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14 Lessons (2h 5m)
    • 1. Introduction and project overview

    • 2. Getting familiar with Capture One's interface

    • 3. Setting up your Capture One catalog

    • 4. Importing photos into Capture One

    • 5. Organizing our photos in Capture One

    • 6. Selecting picks after our shoot

    • 7. Cropping and straightening photos

    • 8. Color correcting photos in Capture One

    • 9. Editing exposure in Capture One

    • 10. Detailing photos in Capture One

    • 11. Batch editing photos in Capture One

    • 12. Working with layers in Capture One

    • 13. Using Capture One and Photoshop together

    • 14. Exporting photos from Capture One

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About This Class

If you're looking to break out of the Adobe Lightroom subscription, Capture One Pro is a powerful tool that has all the key features you loved in Lightroom (and more).

This course will show you all the key fundamentals you need to know to start using Capture One Pro. Whether you're new to photography or an established photographer, Capture One has professional-level tools that can help you improve your photography workflow. Some of the topics we'll cover are:

Capture One Basics

  • Getting familiar with Capture One's interface

  • Learning about how Capture One works with catalogs

  • Speeding up our workflow with Capture One's organization tools

Photo Editing in Capture One

  • Composing shots in Capture One

  • Using professional grade color correction tools

  • Improving our photos in post with Capture One's exposure tools

  • Adding that extra bit of polish to photos

Advanced Photo Editing with Capture One

  • Working with layers in Capture One

  • Using an external tool like Photoshop (Affinity Photo or another photo tool works, too) with Capture One

  • Batch exporting photos out of Capture One

By the end of this course, you'll have the knowledge you need to start taking advantage of Capture One's powerful features in your own photography projects.