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Applying Adjustments with the Brush Brush / Layers / Selections Capture One’s Layers tool enables you to directly brush in adjustments on-screen in real-time. Find out about the brush and its settings. - Brushing in adjustments - Brushing away adjustments - Editing brush strokes - Modifying size and hardness - Modifying Opacity and Flow - Enable pen pressure support - Enabling edge detection - Shortcuts for working with the brush tool Brushing in adjustments When a simple localized adjustment is required, you can brush in the effect directly. This technique is particularly useful, for ...
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Layer Adjustments Pro Local Adjustment / Exposure / Color Editor / Sharpening / Moiré Capture One Pro allows you to make targeted adjustments to your images using the majority of the tools located in the tool-tabs. You can either apply adjustments directly with a few brush strokes or, when more advanced editing is necessary, create masks on multiple layers using the brush and apply adjustments retrospectively. In addition, more complex repair and retouching is available using the brush-based Heal and Clone tools. Working with Layers and Masks When more complex editing is required, Ca...
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Local Adjustment Local Adjustment / Exposure / Color Editor / Sharpening / Moiré The Local Adjustments tool allows you to create layers and work on targeted areas of an image. Local Adjustment can be used to adjust selected areas of an image (e.g. specific areas that are overexposed). Start by adding a Layer and selecting the Brush. You can alter the Brush Size and Hardness, Erase Local Adjustments and customize local adjustments settings (e.g. only display mask when drawing ). Disable a Layer by removing the check mark in the Local Adjustments tool. The Background Layer can...
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Applying local adjustments with Draw Mask Pro Brush / Layers / Mask Capture One’s Layers tool enables you to directly brush in adjustments on-screen in real-time. Find out about the brush and its settings. - Brushing in adjustments - Brushing away adjustments - Editing brush strokes - Modifying size and hardness - Modifying Opacity and Flow - Enable pen pressure support - Enabling edge detection - Shortcuts for working with the brush tool Brushing in adjustments When a simple localized adjustment is required, you can brush in the effect directly. This technique is particularly useful,...
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Local Adjustment Local Adjustment / Exposure / Color Editor / Sharpening / Moiré The Local Adjustments Tool Tab allows you to create layers and work on targeted areas of an image. - Introduction - Video tutorial: Local Adjustments - Add or remove a new layer - Draw a mask and apply local adjustments in a layer - Change brush size and hardness - Enable pen pressure support - Use the auto mask: Part 1 - Use the auto mask: Part 2 - Copy and invert a local adjustment selection - Fill mask - Draw with a particular local adjustment directly - Create a gradient mask - Learn more Introduction...
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Local Adjustments Mask areas of an image and then apply standard adjustments to only the masked area. Tools that work locally are denoted with a small brush in the corner of the tool tab. View more information related to Local Adjustments . Did you find this article useful? How can we improve it?
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Local Adjustment Pro Local Adjustment / Exposure / Color Editor / Sharpening / Moiré The Local Adjustments Tool Tab allows you to create layers and work on targeted areas of an image. - Introduction - Local Adjustment tools - Add or remove a new layer - Draw a mask and apply local adjustments in a layer - Selection points - Change brush size and hardness - Enable pen pressure support - Use the auto mask: Part 1 - Use the auto mask: Part 2 - Copy and invert a local adjustment selection - Fill mask - Draw with a particular local adjustment directly - Create a gradient mask - Learn more...
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Layer Adjustments Pro Layers / Local Adjustment / Mask / Layer Adjustment / Clone and Heal / Gradient Capture One Pro allows you to make targeted adjustments to your photos using the majority of the image editing tools from the Layers tool. There are three ways to create a mask for your localized image adjustments: Painting with a brush or by creating either a Linear Gradient Mask or a Radial Gradient Mask that can be readjusted at any given time. In addition, repair is available using the brush-based Heal and Clone tools. Working with Layers and Masks When more complex editing is r...
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Editing Images This section describes all the tools used in the creative process from adjustments to watermarking. Most adjustment tools in Capture One enable you to alter the whole image, as well as apply more targeted adjustments using the brush tool or gradient filter. Capture One includes a wide range of adjustments that can be applied to images from the tools located in the tool inspectors. The adjustment tools are thought of as global but typically affect only a certain range of pixels within an image, such as the white point with the Exposure slider, and hue and saturation when ma...
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Working with Styles and Presets in Layers Layers / Selections / Styles and Presets Capture One's Layer's tool allows you to apply Styles and Presets selectively to your images. You can also save groups of adjustments as a User Preset and apply those to batches of images. - Overview - Applying with a brush or a gradient - Brushing in directly - Applying to a filled layer - Applying to batches - Copying between images - Save settings as a Style - Organizing Styles Overview Capture One allows the application of certain built-in and user-customizable Styles and Presets to layers, thereby a...
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