We have been waiting a long time for this: Capture One for iPad is finally a reality!
It has been made available for public testing 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 YouTube 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 fully picture what’s coming and the app’s user experience (which needs improving).
Of course, this is only the beginning for Capture One for iPad. As new features are developed and introduced, it will get better and better!
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 a 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.
But I leave you to the video review of Capture One for iPad. And a screenshot of the interface with one of my photos from Istanbul. I have, in fact, edited some of the pictures for my Istanbul photo zine with this app… Probably the best testimonial of its quality!