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Phase One Unveils Capture One 20 Photo Editing Software
By Ian Bongso-Seldrup, December 4, 2019 @ 08:00 PM (EST)

Phase One has announced the release of the latest version of its photo editing software, Capture One 20. (And you’ll notice from the promo images that underwater photographer extraordinaire Alexander Semenov is a fan.) Both existing features have been updated and new features have been added in the new version—after listening to “feedback from our community to make your favorite photo editing tools more easy-to-use and precise than ever,” according to Phase One. The software has also received a general overhaul, including an enhanced interface, new toolbar text and icons, improved browser thumbnail resolution, and support for the latest lenses and cameras.

Among the changes: The Basic Color Editor has been redesigned to be more compact and more intuitive, there’s a new High Dynamic Range tool that adds sliders for white point and black point, the new Crop tool allows you to do more advanced things like rotate the crop and lock the aspect ratio, and the Noise Reduction tool has been improved to “retain colors and details like never before when shooting with high ISO.”

You can purchase Capture One Pro 20—which supports all camera brands—as a perpetual license for $299 or upgrade from a previous version for $159. There are specific versions for Fujifilm and Sony users that are priced at $129 per license. The software is also available on subscription from $15/month for the “Pro” version or $8/month for the Fujifilm and Sony versions.

Check out the video below to see what’s new.




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