The option to add image adjustments is not available when creating a new tethered Session or Catalog. They must be selected from the Next Capture Adjustments tool instead.
- Capture an image and make any required adjustments or edits.
- Navigate to Next Capture Adjustments tool in the Capture tool tab.
- In the All Other fly-out menu, choose from the following (the ICC profile and any metadata selected above will be applied in each case):
- Defaults - applies Capture One’s default settings to the next capture. Consider that image adjustments made previously will not be applied. However, custom defaults saved for specific camera models will be applied.
- Copy from Last (default) - copies adjustment settings that were applied to the last capture. For example, if you made a white balance correction and increased the saturation, every subsequent image would have the same settings applied. This is particularly useful when setting up and fine-tuning adjustments.
- Copy from Primary - copies adjustments applied to the selected primary variant (i.e., the selected image in the browser with the thick white border), and applies the same adjustments to the next capture. This is similar to the Copy from Last option but should be used when the image has multiple adjustments and no longer requires further editing. When the image is in need of further fine-tuning, adopt Copy from Last.
- Copy from Clipboard - this option applies all the adjustments copied to the Adjustments Clipboard from the Primary variant to the next captured image. You can use this option like the others applying all the adjustments or you can use this selectively when deciding to apply a mix of metadata and image adjustments.
- Copy specific from Last... - this option opens the Next Capture Adjustments clipboard where you can select specific image adjustments to copy from the last capture.
- Copy specific from Primary... - you can use this to copy specific image adjustments applied to the selected Primary variant.
- The selection is automatically saved and the relevant settings applied to all future captures.
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A while ago I signed up for a subscription with a specific tethered job in mind. While I was shooting I adjusted an under exposed image by about two stops to check something. I made some more adjustments to the camera and kept shooting, not realising that Capture One was automatically adding 2 stops of exposure to each subsequent shot meaning that for most of the shoot I was vastly underexposing without being aware of this as on the screen they appeared to be correct, is this a default characteristic or have I done something wrong? It did damage the dark tones but after many hours of re adjusting the files in Photoshop I managed to rescue them so the client was thankfully unaware.
This issue put me off Capture One for quite a while but I have another project requiring live view so I thought I would try again and maybe purchase again for this project however the same is happening again, when I crop for instance the next image captured has the same crop and it is driving me up the wall!
My question is as there is no option to select 'None' only 'Defaults' does this add any adjustments upon capture if I have adjusted the previous?
Many thanks, Ollie
Thank you for your comment.
This happened as the Copy from Last option is set by default so that any adjustments applied in the previous shot are also applied to the next one(s).
Instead, you should set the Next Capture Adjustments field to Defaults. In this case, Capture One will not use any adjustments from previous images.
Thank you very much for your reply, Capture One now purchased :-)
In Capture One 22 I was trying to use the Copy specific from Last... option, so that I could apply a few useful corrections to captures of B&W negatives. Every time I select this option the programme crashes, and it also crashes when I try to select Copy specific from Primary...
Might be a bug in the new release or I am doing something wrong?
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