Capture One Ultimate Tool Kit for Photographers
Alex Svet of AlexonRaw.com has developed an interesting addition to Capture One 23 that adds increased flexibility in changing colors along with adding color looks (styles) plus dynamic symmetry grids.
This blog post will focus on how to shift colors easily.
If you want to shift a color in an object, first step is to go to the color editor and with the color picker, select the color you wish to shift, then go up to the three horizontal points in the Color Editor tool. Click on it and choose, Create Masked Layer from Selection. This will create new layer above your background layer.
The next step is to right click on the Adjustment Layer (suggest you rename it to Color Shift or whatever you prefer). Right-clicking pulls down a menu > Apply Adjustment from Custom Styles > Color Shift Styles. From there you can choose which color you want to shift to. Capture One masks can be refined by erasing and limiting the luma range.
Another approach is to shift all the colors in one go.
All of these shifts were made without adjustments. You can refine the areas impacted by using a smaller luma range. You could shift the sky color without impacting other parts of your image.
I’ve used AlexonRaw.com styles for years. The Ultimate Tool kit is a good way to take advantage of the extended capabilities of Capture One 23. Check out Alex’s video on YouTube about C1 23 and the tool kit.
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I’ll write a follow-up blog post about the Color Looks and dynamic symmetry overlays. Included in the Ultimate Tool Kit is a monthly set of upgrades/freebies for twelve months.