by Jennifer WuSee the entire article on the Canon Digital Learning Center.
It is 4:00 am and my chirping alarm clock abruptly awakens me. Heading out to photograph the fall colors at sunrise, I notice the car temperature reading 16°F. With a sudden drop in temperature and stormy weather from the previous day, I hope the leaves haven’t turned black from the freezing temperature.
Arriving at the lake, twilight begins and the deep blue sky just starts to get light. I am anxious to discover the fall color conditions. Walking to the lake, I see a beautiful moonlit image before me of fall colors plus the delight of the first dusting of snow for the season! I’m happy that the snow dapples the mountains and doesn’t cover them completely in white.
Seeing the moon shining on the mountain peaks, I quickly set up to capture the moonlit landscape, placing some rocks in the foreground of the icy lake. I press the shutter for my first shot of the day knowing it will be my favorite and sunrise isn’t even for another half-hour. What a wonderful morning!
|APERTURE RANGE||F1.4 - 16|
|OPTICAL CONSTRUCTION||9 Glass Elements in 7 Groups|
(Including 1 Hybrid Aspherical Lens)
|COATING||Ultra Multi-Coating (UMC)|
|ANGLE OF VIEW||28.4° 19.0° 2.83”|
|MIN. FOCUSING DIST.||2.95ft (0.90m)|
|MAX. DIAMETER||3.46” 88.0mm|
11 Killer Tips For Switching From Lightroom to Capture OneTo see all of the tips, check out the Phase One Capture One Blog.
Getting used to new software is rarely easy – but it doesn’t have to be frustrating. If you are considering switching from Lightroom to Capture One, here are 11 tips for making the transition easy.
There are a few things to take notes of when switching from Lightroom to Capture One:
- No modules! The interface in Capture One uses one main window, where all tools are organized in Tool Tabs.
- The default layout has tools to the left and browser to the right of the viewer.
- To choose a layout more similar to Lightroom, simply select ‘Window > Workspace > Migration’. This will provide a workspace that more closely resembles Lightroom’s layout.
- Most tools in Capture One can be re-organized, moved freely around and even scaled, by simply clicking the Tool Title and dragging. Parts of the interface can also be hidden. For an easy overview, use the View menu.
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