Capture One Masterclass: The Modern System to Manage Your Photos Like a Pro!
I know you love to take photos. I know you like to be outdoors, have adventures, and explore new places. In the beginning, no one cares about the workflow, where to safely save your photos, the backups, and all that boring stuff. One of the most common questions I get asked is: What’s the best software and best workflow to organize my photo archive?
Organizing photos can sometimes be messy, and this is usually where many photographers get lost. Where do you store your images, how do you import them and go through them to make a proper and quick selection of your best shots, and how do you get complete control over your workflow and photo library.
In my workshops and classes, I work a lot with my students, so I know exactly what you’re going through.
This course is for anyone who wants to stop messing around with pictures scattered everywhere and learn my effective method for creating and keeping a super organized photo archive.
In this course, you’ll discover how to make Capture One your best asset for getting full control over your photos. We’ll cover the following:
- What’s a catalog, and how does a catalog work in Capture One?
- How to create a catalog from scratch, defining what’s the best place to save it, and all the aspects you need to know to make it future-proof, keep it healthy, and protect it with backups
- How to import your images from different sources and how to set the perfect foundational structure of your image folders
- How to set up your personal search engine for your images using keywords, labels, and rating stars, to find the photos you want in a breeze
- The proven and automated hierarchical method for organizing folders and photos efficiently
What’ll you be able to do at the end of the course?
Picture this: Zero generic and unidentified image folders on your hard drive. All your images are stored in one single place. Perfectly grouped, named, and fully organized so you can find and use them in a split second when you need them. That’s cool, isn’t it?