My New Capture One Fuji Guide is now available
I’m happy to announce that I’ve finally finished my new Capture One guide for Fuji shooters. Called “Processing RAW files in Capture One 12” - snappy title, I know! - It is written to provide Fuji shooters with enough knowledge to get the best results when working with Fuji RAW files in Capture One. It’s not a complete manual for Capture One, and while you don’t need to be an advanced user, you need to know the basics.
This isn’t an updated version of my old Capture One guide either - it’s a completely new book. The old one was originally written for version 8 and then updated multiple times, but as there have been so many changes lately, I wanted a fresh start with v12 of Capture One, so I started from scratch. There are a few paragraphs from the old one (why re-invent the wheel) and a couple of sections adapted from blog posts, but it’s mostly new material.
The guide is broken down into four chapters. The first chapter introduces the guide, and explains what it is and also the advantages of Capture One for Fuji Shooters.
The second chapter looks at quick set-up tips to make working with Capture One a little easier. It also also looks at some common tasks that you should know for use in Capture One that will also help you use the tips and workflows discussed later in this eBook.
Chapter 3 looks at the various settings and workflows for Capture One that are specific to working with Fuji files, such as how to set film simulations, how to match DR settings and so on.
Chapter 4 looks at the importance of sharpening when processing RAW files, and explains the stages of sharpening. It also covers how Capture One’s sharpening and noise reduction tools work as well offering suggestions on how best to set these parameters when working with Fuji files.
There are also some included presets for sharpening and noise reduction.
There are full details available including a complete breakdown of what’s in each chapter, and a sample of the first chapter to download on the store page. The guide’s normal price will be €5 but for the next two weeks it will be on sale for just €4.50. (Prices may vary depending on local VAT rates)