In this video, I demonstrate how you can customize the workspace in Capture One to best fit your needs, style, and habits so you can process your images in Capture One in the most effective, efficient way possible.
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Exposure Info & Camera Settings
Camera on tripod
Aperture Priority Mode
Spot Metering on Waterfall
Single Point Focus on Waterfall
28sec, F11.0, iso: 160 (Lowest Native iso for this camera) at 16mm
*Note – Because of the longer exposure, the flow of water over the waterfall looks more full and significant than it actually was. When I metered off the waterfall, there was more gray rock showing through the water allowing a more accurate meter reading than if I metered off of white water as it appears.
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