Migrating from LIGHTROOM to CAPTURE ONE Free Video Tutorials Online

Leaving Lightroom

Phase One has published a one our free webinar, where you can learn how to easily transition your workflow from Lightroom to Capture One Pro.

Don’t miss the chance to save 50% on Capture One Pro 12 for Fujifilm perpetual licenseUse coupon code “ivy50” at checkout to get the deal. This is a limited time deal valid only for Fujifilm or Sony standalone versions.

The webinar video above covers the following aspects:

  • [02:30] – Introductions and Webinar Content
  • [03:45] – Capture One’s interface compared to Lightroom
  • [05:45] – Customisation options
  • [08:09] – Making a Catalog and importing images
  • [16:00] – Basic tool use
  • [18:00] – Cursor tool shortcuts
  • [19:20] – Copy / Apply adjustments
  • [21:21} – Export to final formats (JPEG, TIFF etc)
  • [24:30] – Converting Lightroom Presets
  • [27:45] – Emily editing two images
  • [54:50] – Image comparison in Capture One to Lightroom
  • [57:05] – Importing a Lightroom Catalog to Capture One
  • [1:01:02] – Final Q&A
  • [1:05:30] – Additional learning resources

Down below videos on how to import a catalogue from Lightroom, how to organize it and editing Fujifilm GFX files in Capture One.

Importing a Lightroom Catalog

Organizing your Catalog

In the Webinar down below, Kristina will show her approach to image editing in Capture One and her experience of working with the Fujifilm GFX

ENDS TODAY: Save up to 10% on Capture One 12

Capture One decided to stop any kind of discount code on December 31 for all their affiliates and official ambassadors.

Hence, this is your last chance to get Capture One 12 with 5% to 10% discount.

Capture One Pro 12 with FUJIFILM Film Simulations Released and TESTED vs Lightroom and In Camera

Capture One Pro 12

If you were waiting for Capture One Pro to add Fujifilm film simulation support, well, then your day to get the newly released Capture One Pro 12 has come! And of course you save 10% with code AMBFR on the standalone version, and 5% with code AMBFR on the subscription model.

NOTE: Apparently film simulations work only with cameras that feature an X-Processor Pro or X-Processor 4, so X-Pro2, X-T2, X-T20, X-H1, X-T3, X-E3, X100F, GFX50S and GFX5oR. Check out the full list here.

If you purchased Capture One Pro 11 from the 1st of November and later, you will get a free upgrade to Capture One Pro 12.

But Capture One Pro 12 adds more than just Fujifilm film simulation profiles.

Improvements, new features and new tools in Capture One 12

  • Powerful, refined interface
  • Revamped menu system
  • Luminosity masking
  • Linear Gradient Mask
  • Radial Gradient Mask
  • Redesigned Keyboard Shortcut manager
  • New plug-in ecosystem
  • Fujifilm Film Simulation support
  • Extended AppleScript support

Buy & Save on Capture One Pro 12

Film Simulation Comparison

I have made a quick comparison between in-camera, Lightroom and Capture One Pro film simulation, based on the last Capture One Beta software available. I will re-test it with the final version, and update this article, if I see relevant changes.

IMPORTANT NOTES

NOTE 1: Images are compressed for web use. Hence, you might notice artifacts in some images
NOTE 2: I have bumped up the “Light Falloff” slider in Capture One Pro 12 to match the vignetting of Lightroom and In-Camera
NOTE 3: I can apply ETERNA to my Fujifilm X-E3 in Capture One, but since I can’t create ETERNA files in my Fuji X-E3 or in Lightroom, I will skip this comparison

IC = In Camera
C1 = Capture One
LR = Lightroom

CONCLUSIONS

Both, Capture One and Lightoom, make a very good job.

However, looking at the high-resolution images on my retina display, I consider Capture One film simulations a bit more faithful to the original Fujifilm film simulations, since Lightroom tends to add a tiny bit too much warmth to the images.

There are only two film simulations, where the warmer Lightroom images are a slightly more faithful to the original Fuji film simulations: Acros and Monochrome.

Keep in mind I used a Beta C12 version, and Phase One might have fine tuned it further in the meantime.

SAMPLES (and What’s NOT Included)

Here is the In-Camera vs Capture One vs Lightroom Fujifilm film simulation comparison.

For the sake of your readability (and page loading time), I compared all film simulations, except for Monochrome Standard/Y/G/R, Acros R/G/Y and Pro Neg Hi.

I have all the comparisons done, so if you absolutely insist, I can upload them. But I think the images down below already show how good Capture One’s film simulations are. And you can always download the free 30 days Capture One Pro 12 trial, and play around with them by yourself.

And beware: those who ask in the comments for a Sepia comparison, will be immediately banned ;).

With that said, these are boring images (the ones I am proud of I share them on my Instagram), but I think they are good images to compare the film simulations.

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Capture One for Fujifilm: Tips and Tricks, Quick Guides, C1 vs Lightroom and Luminar, Up to 40% Savings and More

Capture One for Fujifilm

Now that Phase One fully supports Fujifilm (and film simulation support already announced to come too), Capture One Pro is quickly finding its way on the computers of many Fujifilm X Shooters (mine included).

One of the Fuji X shooters, who enjoys to Capture One, is Omar (video above). He compares Capture One to Lightroom and Luminar. But there are many more, so high time for a Capture One specific roundup.

Capture One Buying Options and Savings

If you buy Capture One Pro 11 for Fujifilm standalone, the upgrade to the next major Capture One Pro version for Fujifilm standalone will be free.

Blog Posts

  • mostly.photos: Capture One 11 vs Adobe Lightroom Classic CC 8
  • ivanjoshualoh – This video that shows how fast tethering goes with Capture One. “It takes just about 2-3 second to tether to my MacBook
  • thomasfitzgeraldphotography – Capture One Express Fujifilm: A Quick Overview
  • adambonn – Capture One Express for Fujifilm: A Basic Guide

Videos

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YES! Capture One 11 for FUJIFILM Perpetual License Standalone Version Now Available – FREE Upgrade to CaptureOne 12

Capture One

Phase One just released Capture One Pro 11 for Fujifilm as a standalone version (previously available only as subscription model).

You save 5% on subscriptions and 10% on standalone versions by using coupon code “AMBFR

I am downloading it right now! :)

Don’t worry, you can download CaptureOne 11 now, and you will get a free upgrade to Capture One 12 when it gets released. And Capture One says Fujifilm Film Simulations will be provided in an upcoming release at no extra charge for subscribers.

Capture One Products & Pricing

  • Capture One Express for Fujifilm with basic functionalities – FREE
  • Capture One Pro with full Fujifilm support
    SUBSCRIPTION: $159 yearly
    STANDALONE: $199
  • Capture One Pro Universal with full Fujifilm and other brands support
    SUBSCRIPTION: $180 yearly
    STANDALONE: $299

Save 5% on Capture One Pro subscriptions with coupon code “AMBFR
Save 10% on Capture One Pro standalones with coupon code “AMBFR