Classic Negative is one of the newest Film Simulations introduced by Fujifilm in their latest cameras the XPRO-3 and X-T4. However as they do, they don't release this via firmware update for older cameras like X-T3. The film simulation is a recipe that emulates the...
Capture One (C1) is a very powerful and creative software used by photographers to store, organise and develop their photographs. It offers tons of precision editing tools to develop your photographs and correct any flaws. It also has a very customisable User Interface which means you can really make it your own and layout the tools you want to use on a regular basis while removing tools that you won’t use.
It is available in many flavours:
- Capture One Express – a free version that is great for hobbyists and enthusiasts who want to learn and grow their editing skills. You can easily upgrade to Pro version when you are ready.
- Capture One Pro – comes in many flavours based on the brand of your camera or you can also get all inclusive version. It has a lot more features and functionality than the Express version and in comparison is more powerful and fast than Adobe Lightroom Classic CC.
Although initially I did not like using it at all, however after multiple attempts to understand how it is designed and how it functions, I learned to love it to a point where 90% of the editing I do is done in C1.
I have been using Capture One Pro for Fujifilm for over a year and I went with the Subscription option while you can also purchase a perpetual license if you don’t like subscription.
Check out all the blog posts that are published in this category so far below.
Capture One Pro/Express can be quite intimidating at first, especially if you are coming from using Adobe Lightroom. In this post (and video below) I hope to bridge this gap. You will hopefully find after reading this post and watching the video, that Capture One is...
Today I want to talk to you about Capture One Pro that's something that I have started using with my Fujifilm cameras so with the X-T2 and the X-T3 and I've also got a ton of photos from X-T1 which I have sold off but I still have those photos on my computer so why...