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Applying Adjustments using a Gradient Mask Gradient / Layer Adjustment / Mask Adjustments can be applied using a gradient mask, giving a similar effect to a graduated filter. - Overview - Applying a graduated filter effect - Refining the gradient mask Overview The Layers’ Gradient Mask option enables you to create a mask with a gradual transition in opacity between two points. With an adjustment applied, such as a negative exposure correction, the effect is similar to applying an optical graduated filter. Not only can you can control the range of the transition and its position relativ...
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Applying Adjustments using a Linear Gradient Mask Pro Gradient / Layer Adjustment / Mask The Draw Linear Gradient Mask feature enables you to create a mask with a gradual transition in opacity between two end points. With an adjustment applied, such as a negative exposure correction, the effect is similar to applying an optical graduated filter. - Overview - Creating a Linear Gradient Mask - Editing the Linear Gradient Mask - Inverting the Linear Gradient Mask - Using Brush on the gradient mask Overview Pro The Draw Linear Gradient Mask is applied in a non-destructive fashion, ...
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Applying Adjustments using a Radial Gradient Mask Pro Gradient / Layer Adjustment / Layers / Mask The Draw Radial Gradient Mask feature enables you to create a round or oval mask with a gradual transition from the center to the outer perimeter. You can apply any of the layer-aware image adjustment tools to tweak exposure, color or contrast to the masked area. - Overview - Creating a Radial Gradient Mask - Inverting the Radial Gradient Mask - Readjusting the Radial Gradient Mask - Using Brush on the gradient mask Overview Pro The Radial Gradient Mask might at first look similar t...
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Focal Plane Shutter and Studio Flash Equipment
Problem
How do focal plane shutters in the Phase One 645 interact with Studio flash? Why do I get a black gradation at the bottom of the frame and how do I prevent it?
Solution
Using the Phase One 645 camera with certain studio flash equipment may result in a gradient or shadow that can be seen in the bottom of the image, as illustrated below.     If the flash equipment has a flash duration longer than 1/1000 second there is a risk that the closing curtain of the focal pl...
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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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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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Editing and enhancing masks Mask / Layers / Layer Adjustment Masks can be edited and enhanced by a number of features like refining the edge of the mask or applying a feather to it. - Overview - Inverting a mask - Filling in a selection - Add a feather to the mask edge - Refining the mask edge Overview Inverting a mask The Invert Mask option is used to create a reverse selection of a mask. This is adopted, typically, when drawing a mask on a small area and reversing the selection to include the rest of the layer is the simpler option. The option can also be used to invert the Displ...
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Luma Range Masking Pro Layers / Layer Adjustment / Mask Luma Range is a powerful masking feature that will let you use luminosity values to control which part of the image a Layer-based adjustment should affect. - Introduction - Creating a Luma Range Mask - Refining the Luma Range Mask - Erasing parts of the Luma Range Mask - Overriding the Luma Range Mask Introduction With the Luma Range you can specify that for example only the deep shadows, a midtone range, or the upper highlights should be included in your selected layer adjustments. Let’s take an example. You have created a new ...
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Working with Layers and Masks Layers / Layer Adjustment / Mask When more complex editing is required, Capture One’s Layers tool enables you to combine brush adjustments, gradients and repairs to masked areas using multiple layers. - Overview of layers and masks - Creating and selecting layer types - Creating a new filled layer - Deleting a layer - Working with multiple layers - Switching between layer types - Creating a mask - Deleting a mask - Copy a mask to another layer - Fading adjustments - Displaying masked areas - Changing the color of the mask - Using selection points - Keyboa...
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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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