Open an album and tap on a photo to view it in the Viewer screen; tap it again to go full screen:
On the Viewer screen, tap on the three dots (⋯) button to access additional options:
From here, you can choose to:
- Duplicate: New Variant option creates a new, virtual copy of the source image without any adjustments, while Clone Variant copies the selected image variant with adjustments to make another one
- Copy and Apply Adjustments: allows you to copy all or selected adjustments from one image variant and apply them to other image variants. For details, see the Copy and Apply Adjustments section below
- toggle Viewer Options (Histogram, Exposure Warning)
- toggle Next Capture Adjustments, for details, see Capture Images (iPhone).
- view image Metadata
- access App Settings
At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see several tool categories:
On the Viewer screen, tap on Review to access the Rating and Tagging tools:
Once you’ve rated and tagged your photo, you can see the star rating and color tag on the album screen:
Styles are settings from one or more tools that can be applied to images in a single step. They can be used on their own or as a starting point for further adjustments. Capture One mobile comes with built-in Styles to optimize your workflow and save time.
On the Viewer screen, tap on Styles to access all the available Styles:
You can also create custom Styles in Capture One Pro and import them to Capture One mobile. This allows you to fully utilize the Capture One rendering engine on mobile: while not all Pro tools are accessible on mobile, the Style can still apply these tool settings, like Curves and Advanced Color Editor adjustments.
For more information, see the Import Styles from Capture One Pro section below.
On the Viewer screen, tap on Crop to access Rotation (Angle) and Keystone (Vertical, Horizontal, Amount, Aspect) tools:
You can also find buttons for Turn and Aspect Ratio right below the image preview:
On the Viewer screen, tap on Adjust to access core adjustments:
- Black & White (Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue, Magenta)
- White Balance (Presets, Kelvin, Tint)
- Exposure (Exposure, Contrast, Brightness, Saturation)
- HDR (Highlight, Shadow, White, Black)
- Clarity (Clarity, Structure)
- Dehaze (Presets, Amount)
- Color Editor (Color, Hue, Saturation, Lightness)
- Vignetting (Presets, Vignetting)
On the Viewer screen, tap on Sharpening to access finishing adjustments:
- Sharpening (Amount, Radius, Threshold, Halo)
- Noise Reduction (Luminance, Details, Color, Single Pixel)
- Film Grain (Fine Grain, Silver Rich, Soft Grain, Cubic Grain, Tabular Grain and Harsh Grain with Impact and Granularity controls)
- Moire (Amount, Pattern)
Import Styles from Capture One Pro
You can import individual Styles and Style Packs that you created or own in Capture One Pro into Capture One mobile. This allows you to fully utilize the Capture One rendering engine on mobile: while not all Pro tools are accessible on mobile, the Style can still apply these tool settings, like Curves and Advanced Color Editor adjustments.
- To find the Style files (.costyle or .costylepack) on your macOS or Windows machine, see this article: How do I back up my Styles?
- To find the Style files on iOS and iPadOS, open the Files app and go to “On My iPhone”, tap “Capture One” and then tap “Styles”.
- If the “Styles” folder doesn’t exist, create a new folder and name it “Styles”.
- Organize your Style files by nesting them within folders. The folder structure should be: “On My iPhone” > “Capture One” > “Styles” > “My Styles” > “Style.costyle” files.
Now that you know where to find Styles on desktop and where to place them on iPhone, there are several ways to transfer Style files into Capture One mobile:
Copy and Apply Adjustments
Use Copy and Apply Adjustments you to copy all or selected adjustments from one image variant and apply them to other image variants.
On the Viewer screen, tap on the three dots (⋯) button, then tap Copy Adjustments: