WEBINAR: Capture One 12 – For Portrait and Wedding Photographers

featuring Troy Miller

In this demonstration, you’ll witness actionable workflow techniques from Troy Miller, a working professional who uses Capture One every day.

Troy Miller has been a professional wedding photographer for over 25 years. Having earned his Masters of Photography from PPA, he has received numerous awards throughout his career. When he’s not photographing brides or creating art with his camera, he’s in his shop creating art with welding, fabricating, ceramics, or just lighting things on fire!


You’ll learn about…

Importing Your Images

Getting images into any RAW editor can be daunting. We will discuss file organization before importing to Capture One, as well as a few importing methods.

Basic Adjustments

Getting an image to look right with the least amount of tweaks is the goal for any efficient editing workflow. We’ll cover creating camera defaults, and methods to get a clean first edit.

Black and White

Black and white images are classic and sexy. We will go through several methods to make the most out of your black and white conversions.

Color Grading

Taking liberty with your images color and toning can enhance the mood and drama better representing your artistic vision. Capture One has the perfect set of tools to give your images a look that’s all your.

Luminosity Masking

Tuning your images based on luminosity is magic! We will demonstrate a couple of core methods to begin your luminosity editing adventure.

Exporting

As with all the creative editing, the main goal is to get those images out of your catalog and into the world. We will cover the essentials to exporting, and freeing your art.

About Troy Miller

Troy Miller has been a professional wedding photographer for over 25 years. Having earned his Masters of Photography from PPA, he has received numerous awards throughout his career. When he’s not photographing brides or creating art with his camera, he’s in his shop creating art with welding, fabricating, ceramics, or just lighting things on fire!

 

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