Keeping all photography gear safe, dry and out of harm’s way is a top priority when traveling, originally I housed my 4 Profoto B1 heads in 2 Pelican 1510 rolling cases with dividers and the gear organizer. After a recent trip to the Dominican Republic, one of the flash tubes ended up broken and the plastic cover was destroyed in transit, which totaled $193.00 from B&H Photo.
Capture One has been my default tethering software in the past for myself and as a digital technician, but never for my file management or processing. Until Capture One 9, I felt the workflow in C1 (Capture One) was always very cumbersome and hard to use, but with every update, the software becomes more intuitive and more powerful than Lightroom. 2017 marks a decade of using Lightroom for my primary file management, archiving and editing software. Back in January, I jumped ship and only use Capture One to capture and process all my imagery.
In this review, I compare and contrast with Lightroom because Lightroom tends to be the standard in the industry as the go-to software for image processing.
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