Capture One 4+

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Capture One A/S

    • 2.4 • 39 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Note: Capture One for iPad is not free. We offer a free 7-day trial when starting a subscription.

Experience powerful RAW conversion, desktop-quality editing tools and file management that takes your photographic workflow to another level.  

Cull, edit, and export on the go:  
Step away from your desk and take your workflow on the go – make image selects, apply adjustments, and export your final photos to seamlessly share with clients and team members. 

Start on the road, finish at home:  
Start editing on the way home from a shoot or while on location – and pick up where you left off in Capture One Pro with all your edits as you left them. 

Start editing on the road or while on location. Arrive home and pick up right where you left off in Capture One Pro, with all your edits as you left them. 

Made for mobile:  
Use your device to its full potential with an app that is truly made for iPad, including gestures, touch interactions and Metal support. 

Features 

Image editing:  
Take creative control of your images with powerful and precise photo editing tools, such as Styles & Presets, HDR adjustments, precise color editing and the ability to tweak exposure and contrast to your liking. 

Organization:  
From a single photo to thousands of shots, stay on top of your projects with smart file management tools. 

Photos can be imported from Files, Camera Roll, or by connecting any external device such as your camera or card reader. 

The ability to sort, filter and cull images allows you to manage your catalog as you see fit – with handy export options that allow you to control the size, quality, and watermarking of your processed files. 

Workflow and performance:  
Batch edit with ease, copy and paste adjustments across multiple images and even export as EIP for further editing on desktop. All made possible within a tailormade, snappy touch screen interface. 

Transform:  
Crop, Rotate and Keystone to obtain the perfect frame. 

Details:  
Process high quality RAW files with the sharpest details.  

Adjust moiré, sharpening, clarity & structure, simulated film grain and noise reduction, to ensure your images are pixel perfect. 

Cloud ecosystem:  
Make the most of Capture One’s cloud eco-system by sending your images, their adjustments, and metadata from your iPad to desktop. Start working on the go and finish at home with the power of Capture One Pro.

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Changed the Photos Import to a custom importer which uses a different framework to address a number of bugs:
• Not being able to import only the raw files when photographing RAW+ JPEG
• Occasionally not being able to import RAW files from Photos
• Occasionally a message "Unable to load photos" would appear when trying to import from Photos
• Rarely, airdropped photos couldn't be imported
Other Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Gdeffr ,

Very Limited

I do not normally write reviews however I felt compelled to regarding Capture One for iPad as its release version is very limited in its capabilities and I did not find that to be as clear as I think it should have been in the product description. This app does not let you take your existing work on the road, this simply allows you to begin very basic culling and editing of images shot away from your computer. Not only was I disappointed that I could not simply take my iPad on the road and continue working on images that I shot back in the Studio, but the transfer speed of pushing images to the cloud from the iPad is painfully slow. I will note that the user interface is incredibly simple and highly effective and that they seem to be poised to continually add valuable features, but the release version of this app is very limited.

Developer Response ,

Hi,
Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the first experience with Capture One for iPad. You are right: we've decided to launch with a limited set of features and progressively add new ones. For instance, cloud transferring and synchronization, which you mentioned, will be improved already in our next update.

Mattnmtns ,

Swing and a miss

Disappointment doesn’t describe how bad this is for me. I am a long time C1 user and love the desktop version. The app UI is good but the features are severely lacking. Things like lack of film simulations for Fuji is certainly understandable and forgivable. EIP? Ok fine, make that a catalog or session package that acts like a catalog or session and can be imported on the desktop. Which included jpegs! For many our jpegs are as good or better than our RAW. I can’t even rate a jpeg, export it to a convoluted drill down to network storage. Only for cloud? I thought the whole idea was to be able to cull photos and rate them on the go? Again only for cloud? Which is a pain and adds unnecessary steps for some. Why can’t I export the same image to my own storage with ratings or better yet as sessions or catalogs?

What about using your iPad to rate, cull and do minor edits with existing catalogs? Nope, can’t open a catalog. This lack of integration to the desktop version renders this app completely useless. You had years to figure out flexibility on work flow. Do your software engineers only own iPad and Macs? What about layers? Other apps can do it. Bottom line this beta version is way too early for release, much less for $5.00 a month. I sincerely hope you can address the workflow issues, EIP to include jpeg or just move to catalogs or session, support networked catalogs that aren’t in the cloud, and add layers for basic masking.

praveen3012 ,

Great first version

I’m a capture one user on Mac. Even though the iPad app is a stripped down version I really like the simplicity and controls are easy to use without being overwhelming. It would be important to maintain this simplicity when adding features in the future. I tried editing Fuji RAW files on my iPad Pro 3rd Gen 2018 and it wasn’t super responsive. But it wast too bad either and I suspect Bayer RAW files will fare better. I would be good to add a spinner in the top bar maybe to indicate when the app is processing, otherwise currently there is no indication that something is happening when the adjustment dial is rotated and the change in the image only reflects after a moment, so there’s really no 1:1 feedback. So adding a processing spinner or something would greatly improve the experience. Also can’t wait for the default Fuji film simulations added to the presets.

App Privacy

The developer, Capture One A/S, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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