The outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has caused a sharp necessity for the implementation of restrictive measures globally. It has also transformed the way photographers work and forced them to investigate new ways of cooperating with clients to stay as much productive as possible within the contemporary circumstances.
Many of our consumers are asking whether there are any effective solutions for working remotely and how to improve the remote viewing over the internet in Capture Pilot.
Use Capture Pilot
Luckily, using Capture Pilot appears to be a great solution for you that would work with your clients either they reside overseas or even in the same city (but you can't meet in person these days).
The Capture Pilot tool enables you and your clients to wirelessly view images directly from Capture One using either the Capture Pilot app for Apple iOS devices or any internet-enabled device with a web browser. This application allows other members of your team to separately browse, zoom, rate, and even adjust the white balance of the images on their hand-held devices as those are captured.
The Capture Pilot application itself is available free of charge from the Apple store online. It is possible to download it free of charge from the iTunes account to a device where it will be installed automatically (inform your clients about that).
Master your skills
If you are a proficient user of Capture One, take your time during the quarantine to explore Capture One even further to bring your skills to the next level.
In case you are a newbie or want to switch from the Lightroom, get to know Capture One's powerful tools by organizing your photos, discovering new features, mastering your editing skills, watching tutorials, and reading blog posts.
Step 1. Interface explained
Get to know the Capture One interface in just 5 minutes. Find the tools you need and learn to use the simple sliders.
Step 2. Creating a Catalog
Step 3. Learn to capture tethered
Create a studio set-up by using tethered capture to shoot photos directly to your computer for live review. Learn how it works and how to use it in your workflow.
Step 4. Crop and Rotate
Learn how to crop, rotate and straighten your photos.
Step 5. Understanding Exposure and Contrast
Learn different ways to adjust exposure and contrast in Capture One. Get to know the simple sliders as well as Levels and Curves for more control.
Step 6. Introduction to Layers
Use Layers and Masks to focus on local adjustments on the specific areas of your photo without affecting the rest of it. In this tutorial, learn how Layers work and how to create masks on them.
Step 7. Working with Styles
Create professional-grade photos fast with Styles. Apply these instant looks from Capture One to transform your photos.
Step 8. Linear and Radial Gradients
Get more precise edits by isolating areas of your photos with Radial and Linear Gradient Masks. Learn to create and transform Masks with dynamic shapes and falloffs.
Step 9. Explore Color Editor
The Color Editor is one of the most powerful tools in Capture One Pro. Rapidly edit colors with the Direct Color Editor and learn how to precisely select and adjust colors using the Advanced Color Editor.
Step 10. Practice black and white edit
Convert your images to black and white. Learn to use Radial Masks for selective vignettes and other masks to control exposure.
Step 11. Learn to export photos
Export photos in different formats for different locations – all at once. Learn to use Process Recipes to produce images for web, Instagram and print in one go.
Step 12. Perfecting skin tones
Learn to fine-tune and even out skin tones using Capture One’s powerful Skin Tone tool.
Step 13. Landscape edit
Master landscape editing for any level. Follow along as we edit one landscape photo using simple adjustments and a second photo with the powerful Luma Range tool.
Step 14. Editing travel and street photography
Learn to harness Capture One’s tools to create amazing travel and street photos. Follow along and work your way up from simple adjustments to Layer editing.
Step 15. External editing
Follow along as Jonas Nordqvist shows you how to start editing in Capture One and make changes in Photoshop before finalizing your photo in Capture One.