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Phase One this week introduced Capture One 11.1, a new version of the RAW converter and image editor. Additionally to some new features it now supports the new Sony A7 III and two more Sony E-mount lenses.

 

Members of the Sony Alpha Forum can save 10% on Capture One 11 (full version or upgrade) if you enter AMBSAF as voucher code during the check-out.

 

Capture One 11.1 supports the Sony A7 III and two more Sony E-mount lenses:

  • Sony E 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS (SEL18135)
  • Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS (SEL24105G)
A full list of supported cameras can be found in the Capture One 11.1 Release Notes

 

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New Styles & Presets Workflow

A new workflow adds a much faster way to apply both styles and presets to a layer on one or multiple images, offering a direct control of opacity.

This video shows how easily this is done:

 

 

Included is a new set of „Spring Styles“ offering bright pastel color grading to images:

 

 

Normalization Tool

The normalization tool provides a reference point for exposure and white balance for batch adjustments, now allowing any color to be used when previously the only option was a neutral grey.

 

Resource Hub

Capture One now offers quick access to free learning resources via a dynamic on-screen portal: Tutorials, news, webinars, blog posts and much more are offered improving the user experience with Capture One.

 

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