Phase One has launched six new Capture One Webinars beginning on Wednesday 6 November. Each one-hour interactive session is hosted by Phase One imaging expert David Grover. Whether participants are new to Capture One 7 or just want to push their advantages further, then this new series is designed to satisfy.
Here are some of the topics:
How to get started for those who are new to Capture One Pro 7
Did you know that you can customize this software to match your workflow?
Three reasons why professionals prefer Capture One Pro 7 for raw processing
Reason one: each of the 300+ cameras that Capture One Pro supports from major manufacturers gets bespoke treatment in terms of colour handling and noise reduction which means the best quality from creative work with truer colors too.
How can Capture One Pro and Tether Tools help make tethered shooting easier and more reliable?
Joint Webinar co-hosted by David Grover from Phase One and Lauren Kapinos from Tether Tools offer valuable insights
How to make the most of the 60-day free trial of Capture One
All trials last for 60-days, so this is a chance to get oriented fast with the interface of the Pro and Express versions and start working right away on selected images. Extra time in this webinar for lots of questions.
How to design the most optimal Capture One workspace for productivity
Capture One has the ability to switch workspaces with a single click. Why not design a few workspaces to work smarter and faster? David Grover will show and explain what options there are in specific workspace and how to save and share them.
Just how creative can you be with Capture One?
Capture One is primarily known as a RAW converter and now more recently as an Asset Manager. This Webinar goes beyond the normal image corrections to show just how creative and comprehensive a tool Capture One can be.
All six of these new sessions has been scheduled so that everyone has a chance to attend - whatever the time zone. For more information, a complete summary of all webinars and to register for your place now, take a look at the Phase One website