Capture One is an image editing software used in professional photographic environments. In this course we will learn the end to end workflow of Capture One – from file ingest to output. Through demonstration and hands on experimentation we will walk through the various powerful tools and key components of the software. Looking to optimize your tethered workflow? How about batch process images through multiple output recipes while preserving your crop and metadata? What?! Come find out what all of that means – it is way simpler than it sounds.
Meet your instructor
Dylan Nelson is an artist with a day job living and working in Minneapolis. His book Amber Gambler is held in the collection of The Walker Art Center, Pier 24, and St. Olaf College. His works are in the private collections of literally two people and one was a family friend so it sort of doesn’t count. His work has been exhibited at the University of Minnesota, Yeah Maybe Gallery, Aperture Gallery, and a bunch of other ones. During the day he is a retoucher and digital tech working with a wide group of commercial clients such as Levi’s, Target, Wal-Mart and Puma.
This event was published on February 6, 2020.
- Arts and Performance
- Main Campus
- Open to
- Cost: Member ($25) / Non-Member ($50)
- Light Work
- Light Work Lab
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- Paid parking is available in the Booth Garage at the intersection of Comstock and Waverly Avenues, diagonally across the street from Light Work. There is also metered parking in front of the Syracuse University Library, on Walnut Avenue, and on Comstock Avenue across from Booth Garage. Light Work’s gallery and office and the Community Darkrooms facility are located on the main floor of the Robert B. Menschel Media Center.