We have been waiting a long time for this: Capture One for iPad is finally a reality!
It has been made available for public test to a limited amount of registered Capture One users, including myself. And of course, I put this to the test straight away and recorded my experience in a YouYube video…
So here is my hands-on first impression of the new Capture One for iPad!
I show you a complete workflow in the video, from importing to editing and exporting. This way you can have a full picture of what’s coming and the user experience of the app (which needs improving).
As usual, here is the direct link in case the embed doesn’t work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ax0sFXKHsY
Feedback is Welcome (And Needed)
As beta tester, I will of course share my feedback with the developers and I invite you to write in the comments (here and on YouTube) any idea, request or feedback so that I can share those too.
Some features of Capture One for iPad already look great, particularly with handling the Fujifilm RAW files (as expected). But as I say in the video, optimal sharpening can be achieved in Adobe Lightroom as well: it’s only a matter of knowing how.
So here’s the link to my article: https://fabienb.blog/2020/04/sharpening-fujifilm-raw-in-lightroom/
I hope you are as excited as I am and I hope that the developers can make a serious iPad app contender, particularly when the Cloud service will be available (not here yet).
But I leave you to the video review of Capture One for iPad. And a screenshot of the interface with one of my photo from Istanbul.