Spot, Clone & Heal in Capture One


In this video, I demonstrate how to use, and the difference between, the Spot, Clone, and Heal tools in Capture One.

Note: I neglected to mention and demonstrate that you can “draw” with the Clone and Heal tools. Draw a line, paint a larger area etc.

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Gear for Image #1:

Nikon D800e:
Nikon 14-24mm F2.8 Lens:
Vanguard Tripod:
Siriu Ballhead:
Neutral Density Kit:
Core Kit:

Exposure Info & Camera Settings for Image #1

Camera on tripod
Manual Mode
Single Point Focus on Grain Elevator
15sec, F13, iso: 50 at 14mm

Gear for Image #2:

Nikon Z6:
Nikon Z – 24-70mm F4.0 S Lens:

Exposure Info & Camera Settings for Image #2

Aperture Priority Mode
Single Point Focus on edge of shore in front of building
Spot Metering on water
1/600sec, F8, iso: 100 at 35mm

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