"Liquify Tool", like Photoshop's, much needed

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  • Ian Wilson

    I suspect that this is the kind of thing that is unlikely to be introduced in Capture One. It is not trying to be a pixel editor as a replacement for Photoshop - in the Adobe range of apps, it is more an alternative to Lightroom. If you want an alternative to Photoshop for that kind of feature, have you tried Affinity Photo?

    Ian

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  • Nigel Cooper

    Hi Ian

    Totally understood, but I just figured as Capture One was a photo editing tool and this Liquify is an important part of it there could be room for such a thing, but I get where you are coming from.

    I have Affinity Photo, but compared to Capture One Pro 20 it seems to blur images. I'm not sure if it's because Capture One applies more sharpening to the RAW file when bringing it in, but if I bring a RAW file into Affinity and just export it without doing anything, compared to same file from Capture One, the Affinity one appears to have Gaussian Blur added, terrible. I've spoken to the people at Affinity and sent them samples but they just said they don't know if it will be fixed in future.

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  • Lily

    Hi Nigel,

    Thank you for feedback on Capture One - we appreciate the time you've taken to contribute towards the development of the software.

    I have forwarded your comments and suggestions on to our Product Management team as something to consider in a future release. Hopefully your feedback contributes towards a future version of Capture One.

    Though we cannot comment on future releases and the features to be added, we recommend keeping an eye on this article - click Follow next to the title of the article to stay up to date with new features and improvements.

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