In celebration of the Labor Day holiday, Capture One is offering some huge savings!

From now through Monday, September 7, 2020, you can save 30% off. Capture One Pro is eligible for savings — both perpetual and subscription versions — as are Capture One versions for Fujifilm, Sony and Nikon.

Click here to get your copy of Capture One; be sure to use the coupon code LABORDAY30 during checkout.

Once you install Capture One, check out some of our content below to help get you started:

Switching to Capture One: Choosing an organization strategy - When I first switched to Capture One as my primary photo management and editing tool, I knew I wanted to come up with a workflow that suited how I photograph. But I also knew that I needed a quick and easy way to find the photos I needed, whether it be in a week, month […]
Resetting the import counter in Capture One - When I first moved over to Capture One, I setup my import settings to rename my files as Job Name – 3 Digit Counter. But what I realized is that the counter wasn’t resetting, meaning that with each job I imported, it would continue from where it left off. There’s an easy way to fix […]
Should I use the Contrast slider or Curves tool in Capture One Pro? - Recently in a number of my one-on-one training with clients, they asked me about adding contrast to a photograph and the differences between adding it using the Contrast slider and Curves tool in Capture One Pro 20 (CO20). I thought the answers might be helpful for some of our readers, so in this article, I’ll […]
Arranging tools your way in Capture One - As you work with Capture One Pro 20 (CO20), you’ll find that certain tools become your favorites and you may want to create one or more custom tool tabs and arrange these tools your way.⁣ In this article, I’ll walk you through how to create your own custom tool tab in CO20. For this example, I’ll create […]
Exporting photos in Capture One Pro 20 - In this article, we’ll take a quick look at how to export photos in Capture One Pro 20 (CO20). Exporting photographs in different formats like JPEG and TIFF is a little different than in some other applications. CO20 uses Process Recipes for this. I’m going go through creating a Process Recipe that will export a […]