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.

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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

Fujifilm X-T30 Eye Detection Quick Test and Coming to Fujifilm X-T3 in April

Eye AF Test

ZedProMedia annd Krzysztof Basel made a quick Fujifilm X-T30 eye detection autofocus tests.

Zed seems to be very happy with it, and says it is definitely better than the current eye-AF on the Fujifilm X-T3. He tested it with subjects at 15 feet (4.5 meters) distance and it was still tracking the eye.

We remind you that the Fujifilm X-T3 will get a firmware update with the upgraded eye/face autofocus tracking in April.

Iridient Developer 3.3.6 and X-Transformer 1.5 add Fujifilm X-T30 Support and Major Improvements

Iridient Developer

The Iridient Developer 3.3.6 update has been released with support for the Fujifilm X-T30 and a fix for the baseline exposure of some images shot with D-Range Priority set to Auto on the Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm X-H1.

Iridient Developer 3.3.6 for macOS can now be downloaded here.

Full release notes for this Iridient Developer update here.

Iridient X Transfomer

Iridient X-Transformer 1.5 is now available for macOS and Windows!

This new update can be downloaded from at Iridient web site here.

This release includes:

  • support for the X-T30
  • Major improvements to lossless compression speed especially on high core count systems. The lossless image compression stage is now up to 2-8x faster!
  • Support for lossy DNG compression. Use of lossy compression obviously can potentially have some impact on file quality, but it can also have a pretty radical impact on DNG file size. With this new option the DNG file size can actually be even smaller than the camera JPEGs while while maintaining the terrific DNG/RAW editing flexibility and often producing better final image quality
  • A bug fix for the baseline exposure levels of some images from the X-T3 and X-H1 shot with D-Range Priority set to Auto.

Steelsring Nikon F to Fujifilm GFX Smart Adapter Coming Soon and Firmware Updates for EF/GFX and C645/GFX Smart Adapters

Steelsring Smart Adapter

Steelsring has announced that their Nikon F to Fujifilm GFX autofocus smart adapter will be available for sale soon. There are already Beta testers out there, who are currently using firmware v1.0 (update on February 26).

Back in May 2018 here, Steelsring also announced the same adapter for Fujifilm X cameras, so let’s hope this one will follow quickly after the GFX version.

Steelsring also release firmware updates for other smart adapters, to improved the AF focus accuracy and stability:

via steelsring

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