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Oversaturated colors in web contact sheet
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I get over saturated images with too much red when using the "Make Web Contact Sheet" function in Capture One. I use sRGB on a calibrated Wide Gamut monitor. Could the display ICC profile be the problem? Or could the issue be that Internet Explorer is not supporting Color Managed sRGB profiles using a wide gamut monitor?
Solution
The display profile is not at fault here. The ICC profile for the display tells any application, that uses color management, what the color values for the display should be. A non-color managed application (such as Internet Explorer for Windows) would not use the profile and thus the colors would be...
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What data is imported when converting a Aperture library to a Capture One Catalog
Problem
I would like to import my Aperture library to Capture One.
Solution
Import of Aperture library is only supported on Mac version of Capture One as Aperture was a Mac only application made by Apple Aperture Library has to be updated to Aperture 3.5.1 As a Aperture Library is a catalog, you have to first create a Catalog in Capture One. It is not possible to import...
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CMYK color output
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Will I be able to use Capture One software to output to CMYK?
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Yes! Rendering intent is used when converting an image from one colorspace to another. Rendering intent refers to the way CMM (Color Management Module) will handle out-of-gamut colors during a conversion from one colorspace to another. The International Color Consortium specification includes four ...
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What data is imported when converting a Lightroom catalog to a Capture One Catalog
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How do I import my catalog to Capture One and what will be imported?
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Note that the Lightroom catalog must be version 5.0 or higher. We recommend that you always optimize the catalog in LR, remove any unsupported files, and move parts of your catalog items (projects, books, folders, ...) to a new folder in LR and then export this folder as a new catalog As Lightroom...
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Exposure Exposure / Local Adjustment / Brightness / Contrast / Saturation Use the Capture One Exposure Tool Tab to adjust exposure, contrast, brightness, saturation, levels and clarity. - Managing exposure - Video tutorial: Exposure Warning - Adjust exposure - Adjust contrast, brightness and saturation - Adjust high dynamic range images - Video tutorial: HDR Tool - Adjust input levels - Adjust input levels using shadow and highlight picker - Adjust curves - Video tutorial: The Clarity Tool - Adjust clarity: Neutral - Adjust clarity: Punch - Saturation - Video tutorial: Exposure Mana...
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Editing Photos Working with Colors Capture One provides a number of tools to adjust colors. The tools are designed to support your workflow when handling specific issues like saturation, white balance or skin tone. Exposure Use the Capture One Exposure tool to adjust exposure, contrast, brightness and saturation. Composition The tools in the Composition tab enable users to control the layout of a photo. Crop, rotate, apply keystone corrections and utilize the Overlay tool when capturing an image for a specific layout or design. Details The Details tab includes tool for sharpening, noise...
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Exposure and Contrast Exposure / Local Adjustment / Brightness / Contrast / Saturation Use the Capture One Exposure Tool Tab to adjust exposure, contrast, brightness, saturation, levels and clarity. Auto Adjustments Capture One's Auto adjust option can correct several parameters including the Exposure, Contrast and Brightness, High Dynamic Range, Levels and Rotation all with just a click of an icon. Basic Adjustments Capture One has a number of intelligent, slider-based tools for correcting and adjusting the basics such as Exposure, Contrast, Brightness, and Saturation. High Dynami...
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Basic Adjustments Capture One has a number of intelligent, slider-based tools for correcting and adjusting the basics such as Exposure, Contrast, Brightness, and Saturation. - Overview - Apply Auto exposure - Managing exposure - Adjust exposure - Adjust brightness - Adjust Contrast - Adjust saturation Overview Capture One’s Exposure panel comprises of four separate tools controlled by sliders (or optional text boxes) to make tonal adjustments and correct common mistakes such as over- and under-exposure. Even if substantial or complex corrections aren’t required, practically every image ...
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Color Balance Pro Color balance / White balance / Black and White / Skin tone The redesigned Color Balance tool gives you the opportunity to fine-tune image tones more easily, and offers individual control over the shadow, mid-tone and highlight areas of the image. - Introduction - Adjust the color balance globally - Adjust color balance in the shadow, mid-tone or highlight areas - Reset the color balance - Save as a preset - Manage presets Introduction The Color Balance tool enables users to get precise control of colors, hue and saturation within an image. The redesigned Color B...
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Color Balance Color balance / White balance / Black and White / Skin tone The Color Balance tool gives you the opportunity to fine tune and get a unique look. It is possible to adjust colors to the highest standards in Capture One, but accuracy of results is dependent on having a well-calibrated monitor to precisely reflect any changes that have been applied to images. An accurate white balance should be set before you get started. Then color adjustments can be applied to create the desired mood for an image. Like other settings in Capture One, these changes can be saved as a Preset...
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