This morning, Capture One released a service release for Capture One 20, version 13.1.3. Included are several bug fixes, new camera support and support for Windows 10 ver. 2004.

Along with the release, the company also announced that it’s offering 25% off its annual prepaid subscription plans for a limited time. To get started, just visit the Capture One store and use the promo code ANNUAL25 at checkout.

Capture One is one of our team’s favorite tools to not only edit photographs, but to organize and manage them, too. With precision editing tools like a heal and clone brush, moire removal, noise reduction, advanced color editing, layers and more, you can fine-tune your photographs with ease.

Ready to get started with Capture One? Here are some articles to get you started.

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
Lightroom Classic users, is it time to consider Capture One? - As far back as I can remember, I’ve been using one program to manage and process my images — Lightroom Classic. And while I still
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