As you know, Phase One has released Capture One 20.
- Capture One Pro Product Page
- Capture One Pro for Fujifilm Product Page
- Capture One Pro for Sony Product Page
- Capture One Pro – Dedicated Launch Page
- Capture One Pro – Release Notes
I thought it might be helpful to share a few tutorial videos, not only about Capture One 20, but also about Capture One Pro 12, as many have either not yet upgraded, and because tips for C12 are useful also for C20.
Also, we share some C1 styles created by Michael Damböck.
Interested? Then check it out down below.
Capture One Pro 20
Phase One has just launched their pre-order campaign for Capture One 20.
Starting from today, everyone who purchases Capture One Pro 12 (including bundles, upgrades and new sales) will get a free upgrade to Capture One 20!
The offer will be valid until Capture One 20 is officially released.
Also, only until October 31, you get 10% discount on Capture One Pro 12 by using code OCT-AF-P89 at checkout.
The products that will include the free Capture One Pro 20 upgrade are:
- Capture One Pro 12, perpetual
- Capture One Pro 12 perpetual + 3 Styles
- Capture One Pro 12 perpetual + 6 Styles
- Capture One Pro Fujifilm 12 perpetual
- Capture One Pro Fujifilm 12 perpetual + 3 Styles
- Capture One Pro Fujifilm 12 perpetual + 6 Styles
- Capture One Pro 12 (for Sony) perpetual
- Capture One Pro 12 (for Sony) perpetual + 3 Styles
- Capture One Pro 12 (for Sony) perpetual + 6 Styles
As you can see from the image above, I have now switched to Capture One and left Lightroom forever. If you want to read my quick switch story, read “It Was Inevitable: I am Leaving Lightroom for Capture One Pro“.
It was inevitable, because:
- I use Lightroom standalone
- Adobe now offers only subscription model
- Newer cameras are not supported on LR standalone
- I don’t want to join a subscription model
So I had to look for alternatives, and although my lovely Fujifilm X-E3 is still supported in Lightroom standalone, I figured out that, since I am going to leave Lightroom anyway at some point, I better do it now.
Luckily we live in times, where there are a lot of valuable alternatives, such as:
And after a summer spent at home hiking my mountains (you can see my wife and me caching sunrise at 8,200 feet here) and editing pictures with a mix of different software, I decided to make Capture One Pro my main software of choice.
And yes… X-Trans files and Capture One do get along very well :).
The learning curve?
Well, that actually went faster than I’d have expected, as Capture One is just a very good software overall, but there are also lots of quick tip C1 youtube videos you can check out for help.
We have shared Capture One tutorials and quick tips already in past roundups:
- read here – Migrating from LIGHTROOM to CAPTURE ONE Free Video Tutorials Online
- read here – Capture One Pro Workflow Tips and Tricks
- read here – Capture One for Fujifilm: Tips and Tricks, Quick Guides, C1 vs Lightroom and Luminar
- read here – Capture One Pro 12: Sharpening Fujifilm Files, New Features Overview, Jonas Rask Capture One 12 Coverage and More
- read here – TESTED: Capture One Pro 12 Improved Fujifilm X Trans Support
- read here – Best RAW Converters for FUJIFILM Files in 2019, Why Capture One is Better than Lightroom (Sometimes) and More Comparisons
And today, down below, you’ll see a few more of them.
Farewell Adobe… I am out… and just a recommendation: treat your customers better than this ;).
- Capture One Pro 12 – includes FREE upgrade to Capture One 20
New Capture One Roundup
Here is another major Fujifilm GFX100 roundup, focussed on Matt Granger’s GFX100 comparison with the Phase One and Jim Kasson’s excellent ongoing technical analysis of the Fujifilm GFX100 virtues and shortcomings.
Check it out all down below.
The GFX Community