User presets are pretty useful in Capture One, Ken. I’m have v11 now on trial.
> On 4 Dec 17, at 20:35, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm now trying Capture One again. Version 11 addresses a number of the
> things that held it back for me. I haven't had a chance to bend the
> Panasonic L1 files yet. That might be the show-stopper. But when it
> comes to the Canon 6D files, I'm absolutely amazed. One click auto,
> along with two additional minor adjustments have gotten me farther
> with those files than I was able to with Lightroom. The consistency
> between images is rock solid and the blue casts in the shadows are
> GONE!!! White-Balance is nailed. Shadow tones are correct. Clouds
> don't go nuclear holocaust. (at least too much). I am not a fan of the
> image details yet. It looks like I'll have to work a bit harder there.
> But the real beauty is that the images look really good WITHOUT even a
> touch of Clarity added.
> My gut feeling is that the Capture One interface doesn't allow me to
> tweak the images quite as much as with Lightroom and SILKYPIX, but
> Capture One gets me closer to the destination with one click (or
> select the look you want for any given image (color, portrait, B&W,
> etc) with no muss or fuss.
> My wife wants me to get back into wedding/portrait photography for
> 2018. Capture One is definitely better for skintones than Lightroom. I
> would say that SILKYPIX is too--especially with Asian skin. Given the
> population diversity here, that might not be a bad thing.
> Anyway, I'll be doing a 3-way shootout between Lightroom, Capture One
> and SILKYPIX this month. Latest/greatest versions of all three. Winner
> takes all.
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