With the Capture One for iPad app, you can import multiple photos, organize them and get to culling within a few taps.
Once you are done editing, you can show your images on the screen to team members and clients when together on location or by exporting them as JPEGs. If you would like to refine your images even further when you get home, upload your album to the cloud, import it into Capture One Pro on desktop, and continue working from where you left off.
Full list of features included in Capture One for iPad at launch and in future versions of the app:
Capture One for iPad Launch Features
|Organize||Import from camera roll, files, a plugged-in camera or an SD card – Create albums – Sort and filter|
|Cull||Star rate – Color tag|
|Quick edits||Apply styles and presets – Create styles and presets – Import styles and presets|
|Geometry||Crop – Rotation|
|Editing tools||White balance (wb & tint) – Exposure (exposure, contrast, brightness, saturation) – Dynamic Range (highlights, shadows, whites, blacks) – Clarity and structure – Dehaze (auto and manual) – Basic color editor, with color picker – HSL – B&W conversion – Vignetting – Sharpening (amount, radius, threshold, halo) – Noise reduction (luminance, details, color, single pixel) – Film grain (modes, impact, granularity) – Moiré – Histogram|
|Workflow efficiency||Before/After – Undo/Redo/Reset – Display basic metadata – Copy and apply (selective adjustments)|
|Send to desktop and export||Add album to the cloud, to be imported into CO Pro desktop – Export jpgs (predefined recipes) – Export EIPs – Watermark (text-only) – Share to any relevant app, including cloud storage ones, or save to files – Airdrop|
|Settings||Switch UI left or right|
Upcoming Capture One for iPad Features:
Masks and Layers
Improvements to Cloud Transfer and ultimately, synchronization