Don't mess with the dot

Don't mess with the dot

Recently I had a call from a customer whom had a large number of RAW files disappear from his hard drive while renaming them. He was using a Phase One digital back, Capture One Pro and a Mac computer. My first thought was either the naming had taken place in the file browser or with another software package. However upon investigation, he had renamed the RAW file in Capture One. … Read More →

Canon 1Ds & 1Ds II Tethering in OSX 10.5 and 10.6

The Problem The most recent release of the mac operating system broke the ability to tether FireWire based dSLRs, most notably the Canon 1Ds II to Capture One Pro, but the fix is very easy. The reason for the problem is that Apple included a program associated with Apple’s photo program Aperture, which interferes with Capture One’s ability to connect to the camera. The Symptoms ALL 10.5.X and 10.6.X computers … Read More →

Canon 1Ds & 1Ds II Tethering in OSX 10.5 and 10.6

The Problem The most recent release of the mac operating system broke the ability to tether FireWire based dSLRs, most notably the Canon 1Ds II to Capture One Pro, but the fix is very easy. The reason for the problem is that Apple included a program associated with Apple’s photo program Aperture, which interferes with Capture One’s ability to connect to the camera. The Symptoms ALL 10.5.X and 10.6.X computers … Read More →

Capture One 4.1.1 Tips & Tricks

Who trains the trainers? At Capture Integration we are constantly working to improve our customer support. With the release of Capture One 4.1 and the Phase One 645 Camera we’re holding educational seminars (dates and locations here). But who trains the trainers? In advance of our Atlanta and High Point seminars our head of tech support, Tim Palmer, spent a week training with Jon Gilbert, from Phase One US Tech … Read More →

Capture One 4.1.1 RELEASED

Capture One 4.1 has been released, now supporting tethering of Phase One digital backs and a host of new features including lens+ and focus+ technologies. Download 4.1 from PhaseOne.com. Capture Integration is hosting seminars about Capture One 4.1 in Atlanta, Miami, West Palm Beach, and High Point. Check out the dates and times, and RSVP. This is a great chance to learn Capture One 4.1 and meet your fellow photographers. … Read More →

Terra Incognita: Photographers of America's Third Coast

Terra Incognita: Photographers of America's Third Coast

Update: Richard Sexton has been featured by Phase One. Download the Phase One Richard Sexton PDF. A Seamless Film to Digital Transition In mid-summer of 2005 I made a proposal to my primary publisher, Chronicle Books in San Francisco, for a fine art photography book of black and white landscapes of the gulf coast. I’d been photographing the gulf coast since 1991 and had built up a sizable body of … Read More →

RSVP for June Seminars

Capture One 4.1.1 has been released with tethering functionality. Now is the time to decide if it’s right for you. Come see how the faster speed, changes from 3.7.8, and the new features will fit your workflow. We’ll be discussing aspects of the software such as the DNG Output, new Lens Cast Correction, Variants, etc. This is your first chance to use the new Phase One 645 Camera for yourself … Read More →

Wow! 1,014 Megapixel Pano.

Wow! 1,014 Megapixel Pano.

Recently I had the opportunity to meet Ignacio Gurruchaga of District Lab / in-dependent at one of our events here in our Miami location. Ignacio is both a photographer and high-end printmaker/finisher. His lab has a large 50″ lightjet and specializes in museum quality acrylic mounting by appointment only. In the front of his lab he has a gallery space where he hold exhibits for photographers he prints for. In … Read More →