Tag Archives for " LightRoom "

Dec 07

#675. Review – SilkyPix Studio Developer

By Adrian | Review

Here at Dear Susan there has been much discussion recently about raw development and editing software. There have been disgruntled mutterings about Apple’s Aperture, Adobe Lightroom and the monthly tax for continued access to your own catalogue, and various of Dear Susan’s contributors have tried some of the lesser known development and editing tools for […]

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Dec 08

#535. Lightroom vs Capture One in B&W

By pascaljappy | Review

Continuing my comparison of Adobe Lightroom and Phase One Capture One photo editors, here is a sequence on B&W conversions. So it’s fitting to start with a colour image, right? Just to set the scene of the first conversion. This conversion used one of the built-in presets. The one below used a second. We can […]

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Nov 25

#530. LightRoom vs Capture One in Berlin

By pascaljappy | Review

While Paul navigated Japan and experimented with the very promising Luminar software, I was closer to home, in Berlin, making a set of photographs in various situations to compare the outputs of Capture One and Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom got me very excited in the early days. Compared to my workhorse of the moment, Photoshop, the […]

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Oct 20

#419. Sony 14 bit RAW. First impressions

By pascaljappy | Opinion

Yesterday, Sony announced the release of version 2 of the A7rII’s firmware, which includes the much-anticipated (by many) 14 bit uncompressed RAW format. The download and upgrade process is smooth, provided you set the APS mode to off before updating and make sure you have a full battery (my partially charged battery was detected and […]

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The wash on a beach in Southern Iceland, processed in Capture One
Jul 02

#251 Showdown: LightRoom Vs Capture One

By philberphoto | Review

UPDATE : A comparison of C1 v7 with C1 V8 and LightRoom has now been published here.     Ever heard of David and Goliath? Well, that is about how things stand between the Goliath -nay the inventor- of photographic post-processing-, the ubiquitous Adobe, and small -but maybe nice, who knows?- Danish Capture One. For […]

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