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What data is imported when converting a Aperture library to a Capture One Catalog
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I would like to import my Aperture library to Capture One.
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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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Why do the Exposure Evaluation, Levels and Histogram tools show different values?
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The three Capture One tools: Exposure Evaluation, Levels and Histograms show different values. Why?
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The Exposure Evaluation, Levels and Histogram tools show different values because they show the data while in different parts of the image pipeline. Exposure Evaluation: The Exposure Evaluation tool shows the actual RAW data information as shot in camera together with the selected Film Curve and ...
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Older manual 645 PRO TL lenses with a Phase One 645 AF or DF/DF+ camera....
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Will older lenses like a 300 mm and 24 mm Fisheye lens from a Mamiya 645 PRO camera work with a Phase One 645 AF or DF/DF+ camera?
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The whole range of 645 PRO TL lenses can be used on the Phase One 645 AF/DF/DF+ camera. Note that the lenses can only be used at Av and M mode. For more detailed info, please download the Manual Focus Lenses PDF file using the link below Note that the viewfinder on the 645 Pro TL cameras is not as b...
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Selecting and Using Camera Curves
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What is the Curve section of the Base Characteristics tool and how should I use it to adjust my images? Can I change the curve after I shoot?
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Summary   The Film Curve selection changes how the values in the file are shown in the image. It can be used to raise or lower contrast on a very fundamental level.  In-Depth Capture One's Base Characteristics tool offers several camera film curve settings that you can select to match differen...
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How to use Lens Calibration on Leaf backs
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Shooting images with wide angle lenses and exploiting large format camera movements often results in lens fall-off and color cast effects. Another effect is the so-called centerfold effect where lines may appear in the image.
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Lens Calibration corrects all three of these effects.   The following shots show the same image with and without lens calibration:     What is lens cast and how is it recognized?   Why is Lens falloff associated with lens cast?   Lens cast results when light from the lens strikes the digital senso...
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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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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 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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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 - Adjust exposure - Adjust contrast, brightness and saturation - Adjust high dynamic range images - Levels - Adjust tonal range using input levels - Adjust tonal range using shadow and highlight picker (optional) - Adjust curves - Adjust curve tool anchor points - Adjust clarity - Vignetting - Saturation Managing exposure Press the Exposure Warning icon (see circled, or...
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Auto Adjustments Exposure / White balance / Levels / Rotation 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.   - Quick overview of Auto adjustment - Select adjustments - Apply Auto adjustment to images - Apply Auto adjustment on import Quick overview of Auto adjustment Capture One has several individual tools that can apply automatic adjustments. By applying a single Auto adjust command, all of these tools can be made to apply the adjustments aut...
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