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Tereza Murphy on October 30, at am. Or was that Lightroom? That really bothers me because I have a lot of jpg files from older cameras that suffer from lens distortion. Peter Hayward For me, C1 is too expensive vs Adobe. They can be transformed, rotated and masked either on the inside or the outside of the round shape. Sure, but once you involve third party software, it's not apple ecosystem. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for shooting landscapes, and recommended the best.

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    To me this would be the main reason to getting C1. They still have to spend time and effort supporting the R3, presumably they would have to charge you more for 21 in order to cover those costs Well it isn't like they charge you extra money to support your new camera profile.

    Instead they also charge you money to support ALL the other cameras included in an upgrade. So you are in essence paying for a support library far greater than your needs. It is one thing I liked about adobe. After all profile support should in fact not cost extra. At least not hundreds of euros. It is work they need to do anyways after all.

    I'm on v20 right now but an upgrade will end up running me as much as a full license when it goes on sale, so unless they don't run as many sales in the future or also put the upgrades on sale they've really devalued their upgrade pricing. Please stop parroting marketing BS. This is not a lifetime license. But five years down the line, when you are forced to purchase a newer version compatible with your OS and or current camera RAW files, think of the money you saved not having to pay the subscription fee for five years.

    In this way they will continue taking your money indefinitely. At the end of the day, there is no difference to Adobe model. If you are on MacOS, then yes the program will only be good for max 5 years before an os upgrade will break it. But on windows, well i still use Photoshop CS2 and I can't see any reason to upgrade it. And I still use Visual Basic 6 which is about 30 years old now and runs on windows If it's any good, it'll save me a round trip or two to other dedicated products.

    Just keep in mind that if you buy the manufacturer-specific version, all your RAW files from other manufacturers aren't supported. That used to be a really good deal. They usually do that about May each year if I remember correctly.

    And with the updates to Lightroom and the R5 profiles, I'm pretty sure I'm going to save money and go with Adobe now.

    But I'll keep CaptureOne around as long s it's viable for those special color adjustments. To be honest that's a pretty good deal, as you get to use C1 V21 now and then get another years use of C1 Seems ok to me, but I am on a subscription model for Nikon only.

    The biggest thing that forces you to upgrade is camera support, since older versions don't support new cameras. If you buy new camera bodies as they come out, you'll probably need the latest version of Capture One. Even more reason not to upgrade your camera or software so often and make use of the perfectly good equipment you already have. I'm generalising of course as everyone's needs differ but I'd say for a lot of dedicated enthusiasts, this is probably true.

    I wish there was a subscription based version that lets you only edit maybe photos per months but costs only 10 bucks per month. I figure I'll probably keep getting every other version I remember how much 5, images a year would have cost to develop and print in the days of film and your comment just seems out of touch and even a bit ludicrous.

    SilvanBromide, umm, criticizing another poster of being "out of touch" and then relating to the costs of the film days at the same time In any case, I also think that 5k images isn't actually that bad.

    I don't have that many that I keep and still I find a software such as C1 very helpful. And that a few cents per image over the span of a year or two isn't unreasonable compared to most of the alternatives digital OR film. So you can pay for the next version now and get it later.. Yes I have the current C1 and have upgraded for some time, but its still, by a mile, the most expensive raw development software, with the worst noise reduction of them all - but of you want to just throw images into it and get results with a nice pop it isn't bad Exactly my thought.

    The next versione is just around the corner so this buy one and get one free scheme is quite a stretch. Perhaps this is a move away from enticing punters with discounts to buy sight unseen versions like last time.

    I don't think this offer is aimed at people like you who already have the current version, but it can be enticing for those who don't already have C1 or are on an older version. If you don't know how to use NR properly, then you really shouldn't comment. I agree with those who are feeling burned by the increased cost of upgrading with very limited return, but to say that C1 is inferior at NR or pretty much any other major image alteration element simply is not in tune with reality.

    The full license and subscription pricing isn't an issue for those who want the best possible RAW processing - and have done the proper comparisons with the offerings that have so clearly fallen behind. I personally think it is great software that allows me to edit images in a very efficient way thanks to, for instance, the configurable keyboard shortcuts.

    However, it does have its peculiarities. Halos at the edges of darkened areas e. These can be corrected to some extent with negative structure. I've done a lot of work on NR and I'm very comfortable saying C!

    Alas we can't post sample images here. In C1P I found it still has a ton of artefacts after you lose the obvious noise I could get the people looking quite good, but everything else was nasty.

    Plus annoyingly there will always be a deal along to make you feel bad if you paid the full price I'll wait and see if they improved the database speed. I can open my image collection in Media Pro and search through it in 1 minute. In Capture One it takes 1 hour. So I'll stay on version 20 for now. And fixed all the various catalog related bugs and instabilities, at least on the Windows platform.

    There is always special when a company is "asking" for more money. The bait will attract the sheep for sure! As a long time LR user, subscription model, who bought C1 20 with the concept of perpetual license, no more subscription. Seeming like the benefits to perpetual license are more an illusion of control than an actual functional benefit. So far, I take photos commercially and it is not a problem for me to buy the latest version of CO I still skip one version.

    However, after I finish a commercial photo shoot, or something forces me to quit or, for example, a new version of CO does not bring me anything like 20 vs 21 nothing forces me to buy a new version. What will I get when I stop paying Adobe subscriptions. It's not that difficult.

    I mean I've been using the same C1 version since early , with no intent to upgrade until major new features like HDR land. Choosing when and for how much I decided to upgrade is still somewhat more flexible than the sub model IMO, but there's also a ton of value in Adobe's CC sub. OP: i feel your pain pal. I got the same bombardment since I refused to upgrade to a smartphone all those years ago. A single day doesn't go by without some cheeky profiteering company trying to tell me what I am missing out.

    And the manufacturer of my car now tells me I can buy a new electric model that goes times the distance for the same cost compared to the petrol one they sold me last year! Greedy bastards! I wish they would just stop developing new things every year, or at least upgrade me for free!

    Heh, I'm curious to see if they keep handling sales the same way and running them as frequently, it nearly makes upgrade pricing irrelevant IMO So yeah imma wait a bit on v20 as well. I'm glad to see them giving a bit more information on the upgrades than they have in the past few years. This also seems like a bit meatier upgrade that the last few. Will wait for DXO Photolab 5 than. Let's wait and see what they have to offer. Because they do camera specific versions for those three. I think for a long time Sony was the only one.

    You got a free version and can still get the free version made available to you if you bought a Sony. The cash is for the full version which used to be called Capture One Pro I think. They changed the naming a couple of years ago confusingly. Why should I as a owner of a different brand camera pay more? Let Capture One make the same price point for every user to make me a customer. They need customers, as a potential use I have multiple alternatives. The brand-specific versions are cheaper because they have less functionality they only work with raw files from one brand.

    As already said, if the other manufacturers aren't interested in such a deal, that's not really the fault of Phase One.

    There is a full version that does all raw files of all brands. Then there is a paid pro version that only does raw files for Sony, Nikon or Fujifilm - then there is a cut down version for those 3 systems which only work for their raw files and is free. No lens data, no serial number, few lens profiles, no pixel shift support, no tethering etc. I have been asking CO for better Pentax support for nearly a decade - response -- crickets.

    I still do not know if they support the Z PEF files. There are work arounds but you have to edit the EXIF in order to get it to work. There is a comparison on their website. Colour balance, a tool that lets you adjust the colour tone for shadow, mids and highlights is a tool well worth the upgrade for me.

    I have stopped asking for features. I was contacted by phone last year asking if I was interested in getting a Phase One body by Phase One. I asked why Pentax features were not supported and the guy on the other side of the conversation said paraphrasing "some vendors don't give out that information - our hands are tied".

    I did not mention ExifTool's ability to translate lens data - so I just didn't bring it up. PDL The excuse given by the C1 representative is nonsense. I told them how to get at the lens data and every company worth their salt should be able to figure it out. Lightroom properly displays information from Pentax cameras, there really is no insurmountable barrier here.

    Note that C1 is developed by Capture One these days, i. Capture One just thinks that Pentax is too insignificant to even warrant the couple of hours it would take to implement proper support. I agree that C1 is better than LR if only because one can still get a perpetual license but it still has serious deficiencies regarding UI design. The recent modal exporter dialogue experiment is just one example of many minor but quite impactful bad decisions.

    Your comments on the UI are not broadly held. While the exporter design was a questionable choice, it was not as bad as you made out. They changed it so it is now on available again on the primary tab list. It was different, but I did not have a fit over it.

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    In this guide we've chosen a selection of cameras that make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images, ideal for sharing on social media. Capture One 22 But what's do these modes achieve? We to look at how data is captured, how it's stored and what benefits you should expect from bit capture.

    In addition to the new stills and video capture modes for the a1, Sony has also released a minor firmware update for its a7S III full-frame mirrorless camera. Have you ever come across a 'Pro Mist' or 'Cinebloom' filter and wondered what they do, or why you might want them? This little guide will help you get started on your mist filter journey. For the first time, and aided by the Hubble Space Telescope, researchers have measured the mass of an isolated black hole through the Milky Way Galaxy.

    While none of these are deal-breaking issues, here are some the annoying camera quirks that really get under Chris and Jordan's skin. This could be one of Leica's most expensive limited-edition kits if they do end up retailing for the prices they're expected to fetch.

    Linear Gradients now allow transforming, moving, rotating and even changing the fall-off asymmetrically. Yes, you read that right. The Luma Range tool can be applied on any mask, even gradients like the above, and will effectively restrict your mask to certain areas based on the luminosity in your image.

    Well, have you ever wanted to desaturate your shadows a bit? Or apply color grading with more control than the Color Balance Tool can provide? Or maybe add clarity to the clouds in your landscape image with a tricky horizon line?

    Luminosity masks make all of this a breeze. Watch the tutorial below to learn more. These shortcuts are customizable, letting you do most actions with a few clicks on the keyboard. Capture One 12 makes this much easier.

    You can now search, not only for features and commands, but also for specific keys to see their function. Additionally, shortcuts for features that were previously inaccessible are added for an even larger library of shortcuts. Capture One delivers an extensive suite of powerful tools to manage, edit and export images.

    The first plug-ins will enable direct publishing, round-trip editing, and open-with workflows. This bothers me, as it forces me to go to another program if I need one. There are also no online sharing options, which will definitely affect some folks. The bottom line? Studio photographers might also choose to organize by sessions rather than the catalog.

    Also, if you need precise and powerful keywording options, Lightroom has this part nailed. However, you are able to buy Capture One Pro 12 outright, which is more than we can say for Lightroom….

    Usnea Lebendig is a travel and landscape photographer who loves trekking in the wilderness, exploring other cultures, and using photography for social activism. It may be a good photography editor, OK.

    But overpriced. And the problem is that they are constantly trying to force you to upgrade to the new version. And when you try to reinstall in a new computer the version 20 for example and you cannot find it for download in their website and contact them to complain they send you a link but you only can download not the pro version that you purchased but a version express forSony whose link they sent you… Not recommended, they are not trustable.

    Fed up! Since Lightroom 6 is a 32 bit application it will not run on current Mac OS so C1 looks like a very enticing option. I tried Luminar and that was a waste of money since they could not provide basic functions that they promised a few years ago.

    I am going to go the C1 trial route. Thank you for this review, it was very helpful. Great review. Thank you! I use a XP-Pen Deco Pro drawing tablet almost exclusively when processing images and it works well with capture one. Thanks for the helpful review. Capture One 20 is now out, which tilts the comparison even more heavily away from Lightroom and towards Capture One, afaict. You are right, that Capture One is more complex to learn. However, the possibilities and control you have of the photo editing process once you get a grip of how it works is really priceless.

    I feel that with programs like LR or DXO Photolab, that are very easy to learn, there is also not much possibility to enhance both you editing process or workflow from there, after you learned the app in 30 minutes time.

    C1 workflow. For instance take a look at how Tokens in Capture One gives you the flexibility to create a folder structure and keywordibg that fits your need. This is a great review, thank you.

    I would like to point out one of the reasons I have sought out software other than Lightroom. For me, it is highly frustrating that Lightroom will not without workarounds work with a network drive. For me, that was why I started trying Capture One. Hi I am just getting into photography as a hobby and am starting to work with raw images mainly of wildlife , I found this article very useful, but having looked at a lot of reviews it tends to be overwhelming!

    Anyway, I have decided against Photoshop and Lightroom primarily due to subscription and have narrowed it down to Capture One Pro Sony I have a Sony camera and Luminar and have a few questions. Apologies if this is not the forum to ask these questions, but if you can help it would be great, thanks. Might be more manual, or not if you are good at automation. If you are a Amazon Prime member you get free cloud storage for photos and face recognition built in.

    I think Google Photos might also do face recognition, but then Google knows your face and nobody wants that :. It is tough call, I recently switched from Lightroom to Capture One and there are a few things I miss, but I feel like I gained a lot more. Nice review, well done and clear to read. Gotta say that learning to process with this software is kinda complex but I like the fact that the fuji raw files are better treated than what LR. Any suggestions? Nice review, thanks, I will consider moving to C1 from Lightroom one day.

    Thanks Volen. Spent ten hours learning the basics on Capture One, and I still am not real comfortable using it. Spent the next 10 hours using DXO Photolab — 30 minutes to learn how to use it, and the rest of the time to edit several folders of photos from recent shoots. Tell me which product I eventually purchased? I recently switched from LR to C1 and I am very happy with the switch for all the reasons you mention above.

    Just takes getting used to. This is the feature I miss most. Hey Rivki, are you paying a subscription for C1? I guess some might say that the subscription fee for LRCC is worth is for the mobile editing alone. Thanks for the reply and suggestion. I have spent years learning LR and Photoshop and I am not going to throw that away, not to mention the organization that allows me to find a photo in seconds. Plus there are the benefits of uploading to LR Mobile when traveling so you photos are ready for you when you get home, etc.

    Hey Colin, thanks for the comment. Also, changing capture time would be very helpful for synchronisation of various cameras. But this contradicts with CaptureOne ideology of not changing metadata. What are you trying to copy and paste? You can change keyboard shortcuts to anything you want.

    I set mine to use control c and control v for copying and applying adjustments from photos. C1 ia astoundingly slow to search my 20k image catalog. All of my LR searches return results immediately while my C1 searches can take as long as 15 minutes using the same size catalog as LR. I also had a hell of a time copying my LR catalog into C1 — it took months of trial and error to get it to finally work right. I also miss the image stacking of LR. C1 has a way of creating variants of an image but you cannot stack them like in LR.



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