Intro to Second Day
So far, we've seen some of the great new features in capture on 12 like luminosity, masking radio masks, linear Grady. It masks a whole bunch of other stuff in a fresh new interface. And now we're continuing on with, you know, a firm staple of capture one which is shooting Tebbit. So what we're going to dio in this segment is do a live shoot. So we're gonna shoot directly into capture one show you a really good workflow for managing the images effectively. How to use live view, how to focus remote control of the camera, everything to make sure that your tethered capture session runs super smooth. Now, earlier in the course, when we looked at for management, we were talking about working with catalogs. Now, capture one is unique that it has two different ways of handling your images. So, as I said earlier, we looked at managing photos with a catalogue on a catalog is essentially ideal for managing a large body of work. So you have 160,000 images on that catalogue, allows you to manage t...
hem perfectly and give you good ways of organizing, filtering, finding images, and so on where a session comes in is that it's much more suited to a single project. So that could be attitude, which we're going to do today or equally. It just could be a job that you shot on location, and you just want to keep those photos all in one location. So first of all, we're gonna have a look. Addis Session housing structured What does it look like? And so on?