Presented by: NYC Digital Photography Workshops
Plan. Capture. Edit. As we create a consistent workflow for each of these tasks, we have a decision to make when it comes to potential tethering as well as post-production software. While there are many software programs out there for workflow and editing images during and after a shoot, Phase One’s CaptureOne ranks very high in usage among professional photographers.
This workshop acts as both a general primer for using CaptureOne as well as insights into the more nuanced and creative tools in the program, several which are easy to miss but provide powerful opportunities to affect your work and workflow.
In this workshop, we will go over:
● An emphasis on Session based workflow designed for portability;
● An overview of the C1P interface and tips on optimal Workspace arrangements;
● Tips and products that will help you crush the two most common sources tethering problems;
● Support tools that work in concert with C1P to help you manage your files; and
● A brief tour of subtle changes in raw conversion workflow that can have a profound effect on your images
You will leave this workshop with an overview of the basics of the program and its potential for use in your own workflow.
About the Instructor:
Jim is a NYC-based freelance photographer specializing in dance editorial, commercial fitness, beauty & fashion. He also produces personal commissions for artists and performers. His work plays with spontaneity, grounded in a rich technical literacy. He’s a regular contributor to Dance and Pointe magazines, where he captures dancing greats making the impossible look like second nature. Other projects include work with Marc Ecko, Red Bull Media, Housing Works, Google, The Brooklyn Rail, The Municipal Art Society, and IMGArtists.