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bcarlson
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« on: March 06, 2012, 09:40:40 AM »

I just bought Capture One 6 and am wanting to integrate it into my workflow. I am wondering if anyone else is using it successfully in their workflow? If so, how are you using it? What does your workflow look like?

I currently import and convert to .dng using ImageIngester to a bucket, assign stars, metadata, color ratings, and slight adjustments through bridge. I then take my selections and open them up in Adobe Camera Raw and do most of my editing there. Whatever I can't get done in Camera Raw gets done in Photoshop. I'm assuming Capture One would take the place of Adobe Camera Raw? Any suggestions on how I can work Capture One into this? One question with Capture One is you have to start a new session each time you want to work on a set of images. How does that play into the workflow? Where should I store that session, or should I just trash it?

Thanks for your help!
Brian

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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2012, 09:42:21 AM »

Sorry about the links under my name. I thought it would work but didn't. My bad. Is there any way to edit a post you make on this forum?
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