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Was ist Capture One?

Capture One Enterprise wurde entwickelt, um die Effizienz von Studios mit großvolumiger Fotoproduktion zu beschleunigen. Hol dir die leistungsstarken Imaging-Vorteile von Capture One Pro zusammen mit einer erweiterten Toolbox und einer Automatisierungslösung, die auf dein Unternehmen zugeschnitten werden kann.

Capture One Enterprise automatisiert kostspielige und zeitaufwändige manuelle Prozesse, sodass du Produkte schneller auf den Markt bringen und deine Kosten pro Bild drastisch senken kannst.

Wer verwendet Capture One?

Fotografietechnologen, kleine und mittlere professionelle Studios und Enterprise-Studios

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Bewertungen über Capture One

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

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4,7
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4,1
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  • 51-200
  • 201-1.000
  • >1.001

Bewertungen nach Punktzahl finden

5
73%
4
26%
2
2%
Benjamin
Benjamin
Photographer in USA
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Design, Selbstständig
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Herkunft der Bewertung

In Betracht gezogene Alternativen:

Powerful photo editing and tethering with great color.

5,0 letztes Jahr

Kommentare: Capture One makes it easy to reliably tether my cameras to a computer and have images reviewed by clients in real time.

Vorteile:

Capture One works very well for tethered shooting on photo sets. It is responsive and works smoothly. I appreciate how Capture One renders colors and skin tones of raw files.

Nachteile:

I feel like it's a bit expensive, and wish that I could export my raw edits easily to other applications like Adobe Bridge.

Ankur
Ankur
Photographer in Indien
Verifizierter Nutzer auf LinkedIn
Medienproduktion, Selbstständig
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 1 Jahr
Herkunft der Bewertung

Best for Fujifilm Users

4,0 letztes Jahr

Kommentare: If you're invested in Fujifilm System, don't want to spend monthly on an Adobe subscription, and/or want software built for tether shooting, you can't look past Capture One. If you want close based service through which you can edit while you travel on your iPad/Smartphone as a content creator, Adobe and its ecosystem is the smarter choice.

Vorteile:

As a Fujifilm Camera System user, it is one of the rare software which allows proper compatibility it lacks Adobe Lightroom to use the Fujifilm Film Simulation, one of the significant reasons to invest in Fujifilm system which can't be achieved unless using JPEG. While editing RAW photos, those essential "Fuji" colors were lacking, but switching to Adobe Lightroom was an instant game changer. Colors were more vibrant, they had that Fujifilm look, and instead of presets, we could use Film Simulations and go from there to our heart content while editing.

Nachteile:

There are too many tabs and they're not quite easy to understand in the development module. Export & Import time is quite long while Fujifilm offers an additional benefit, with Sony it doesn't offer anything special. With Adobe Lightroom being a widely used software, the lack of preset is another major lockdown for Capture One. Unlike Luminar or Adobe, it doesn't use AI for a better and more intuitive look which makes it feel outdated.

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Fotografie, Selbstständig
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5,0 vor 2 Jahren

Kommentare: My experience was good, and the software is very high quality, the comparison to using Lightroom vs. Capture One made me cut out Capture One. However, I would stress that this decision was based on what type of work I was doing at the time. If I had a full studio and did ONLY Studio work, I would probably re-investigate purchasing a subscription again. But as I said, the learning curve is steep!

Vorteile:

Capture One is a very robust piece of software, to say the least. It drew me in primarily for the tethered shooting capabilities and the applied editing upon import. At the time I was using the paid service for this software, Adobe Lightroom did not have much in terms of competition. Capture One was more advanced.

Nachteile:

While Capture One was more advanced, it has a very steep learning curve. It is well laid out for the most part, but it is a very complicated software to learn. Ultimately for the cost + the time needed to invest in learning how to use it, to justify the expense, I decided to move away from it. Not to say that the software is not good, it was just too expensive to keep using it. I use more Adobe Products and was not willing to pay for both.

Penisoara
photographer in Rumänien
Fotografie, 2–10 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: 6-12 Monate
Herkunft der Bewertung

Is a pretty good photo editing software

5,0 letzten Monat Neu

Kommentare: I used Capture One for quite some time, it is a very successful tool, I like the colors, not very overly vibrant, I like that you can work with editable masks, the editing speed is very good, even with a not very powerful computer. I switched to Lightroom because it offers a better workflow, you can find the tools easily and it is more user-friendly

Vorteile:

- the processing speed is very good - the color profiles are better than other softwares,( like Lightroom ) - the tethered shoot function is a very good feature for studio photography - the before and after function is very cool

Nachteile:

- a bitt expensive - some functions are hard to understand how to use them - AI Subject separation is still not well developed

Mikko
Photographer in Finnland
Fotografie, Selbstständig
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
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5,0 vor 3 Jahren

Kommentare: It is relatively easy to achieve understanding of the basic features of Capture One, however fully understanding and learning powerful editing tools takes time and practise to master, so there is a learning curve, but it is rewarding to see how much editing can be done already at this non-destructive stage. Because brush and mask tools in Capture One are so comprehensive it has become rare occasion or need to do editing with Photoshop. One can even use/launch some of the plugins (Topaz/On1) straight from the C1, but without exception files are converted to TIFF format and no longer RAW files when returning to Capture One. From the start I liked interphase and features better than Lightroom or CamereRaw and I also preferred how C1 handles Sony and Nikon RAW files as compared to LR.

Vorteile:

One of the key features that stands out in Capture One is its multiple ways of editing colours. There is even a special feature for fine tuning skin colours, but it can be used for all sorts other colour edits. Two other highly useful tools are ability to do edits in layers and use masks for targeted editing. One can build masks from colour selections into separate editing layers with ease. Program is highly customisable to better suit own needs and editing workflow. One small feature that I really really like is an ability write annotations or small notes into photos/files. These are priceless when there are several weeks in between edits, I mean it is easier to remember where the edit was left and what was planned do for it, if there are some instructions written in photo etc. and those notes/annotations do not show in final exported version of the photo. Ability to duplicate files and copy/paste settings to multiple files are also great feature.

Nachteile:

Camera specific ICC profiles (i.e Portrait, Landscape etc.) are missing for Sony ARW RAW files in Capture One Pro 20, instead there is only a generic camera profile for a camera say for A7RIII. For Nikon NEF RAW files such camera specific ICC profiles are there and they are many times much easier & convenient starting point for edits. Maybe version 21 of C1 Pro have fixed this and problem might be at the Sony end of things. Another annoying thing is very limited amount supported lenses for lens profiles. Here however latest Sony GM glass is well supported. Software is quite expensive and one has to purchase styles separately (and they are expensive as well) if that is something you might consider as important. There are some basic styles included, but not very many.