A Look at the Powerful New Features in Capture One

Capture One 20 recently gained some powerful and useful new features that will make the workflow of a lot of photographers more efficient and make it easier to accomplish more. This great video takes a look at the new features and what you can accomplish with them.

Coming to you from Ted Forbes with The Art of Photography, this excellent video takes a look at the new features in Capture One 20. Perhaps one of the biggest improvements comes to adjustment brushes. You can now have an infinite (instead of one) number of edits using the clone and heal tools on a layer without performance losses. The healing brush will now also source from multiple points automatically if needed. This is highly significant, as it will save you from having to jump into Photoshop for lots of edits. This is now also a before/after viewer, and major improvements to the Adobe Lightroom catalog import tool have been made, with collections and basic edits preserved once transferred to Capture One. Altogether, the new features and improvements look quite useful and should go a long way to making the program a complete solution for a lot of photographers. Check out the video above for Forbes' full thoughts. 

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Alex Cooke is a Cleveland-based portrait, events, and landscape photographer. He holds an M.S. in Applied Mathematics and a doctorate in Music Composition. He is also an avid equestrian.

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What amazes me is the fact people still using lightcrap. This thing is better than ever.