When it comes to software for editing and general management of your photos, the two major options are Lightroom and Capture One. Both have their pros and cons, and if you are currently wondering which is right for you or considering a switch, this excellent video overview will give you five reasons to consider Capture One over Lightroom.
Coming to you from Robhallphoto, this awesome video overview will show you five reasons to consider using Capture One over Lightroom. One thing that is definitely worth checking out is how Capture One renders colors as compared to Lightroom. Of course, that is not to say Lightroom's colors are deficient or that you can't take control of them, but many photographers prefer the way Capture One handles color rendering. Beyond color, another major advantage Capture One has is its tethering abilities. The program's tethering capabilities are generally far beyond those of Lightroom, especially in terms of stability, which is why photographers who are working on large sets with creative teams generally prefer working with Capture One, especially so everyone can quickly see shots as they are taken along with basic adjustments applied to them. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Hall.