Video: 5 Capture One Tips for Lightroom Users
One of the more consistent themes that I constantly hear about Capture One from Lightroom users is that they find it hard to use, and that there is a steep learning curve. It took me a while to be fully comfortable with the software, so I can understand where a lot of people are coming from. With that in mind I wanted to start a new set of videos to help users who are coming from Lightroom get to grips with Capture One.
This video is going to be the first in a series on this topic, and I start by covering a series of tips, which outline how to do certain common tastes in Capture One, from the point of view of a Lightroom switcher. In the video I outline the following:
- The Viewer Controls - in other words, the equivalent of switching between the Grid view and the Develop Module.
- Auto Adjustments. The equivalent of Lightroom’s Auto functions.
- Rotation and Cropping
- Sync Adjustments: How to sync your changes to multiple images.
- Quick Collection. How to get the equivalent of Lightroom’s quick collection
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