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bcooter… Revives my urge to get a used 1Ds! Amazing work of course. Just curious, did you ever try the Kodak DCS Pro SLR Canon or Nikon versions? I remember trying one out when they were new and at that time thought the colors and skin tones were superb.
I still have my Kodak DCS ProSLR/c. I recently sold my 1Ds (It is a superb machine).
Hello Sam,Totally agree with you ARC is the boss. Capture One is such a dog to deal with. When shooting teethed I always use Nikon Camera Control 2 and Nikon ViewNX 2 as they aren’t pretty but they are solid as a rock. The only time I use Capture One is when I need digital overlay and the minute I don’t need it I switch back to the Nikon software.My wish would be it Leaf capture was compatible with Nikon NEF files, loved that software for previewing when I had a Leaf Aptus 75.CheersSimon
I actually prefer Capture one, not just for workflow, but more importantly color. Lightroom has a severe problem with warm tones, espically when you push an image, the colors completely fall apart in lightroom.
Funny you should say that :-) I don't like C1 skin colors at all. To me they are way too warm, which might work in sunnier climes, but with Pacific North West light it looks a bit odd. It is almost as if C1 wants to give people a tan.