Capture One 13.1.2 released, new C1 webinar for Nikon users: “Impossible photos with Joe McNally”

Capture One version 13.1.2 was released today with bug fixes and support for the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24mm f/1.8G ED lens. The full release notes can be found here.

In four days Capture One will hold a webinar for Nikon users: “Impossible photos with Joe McNally”. The webinar will explore the subject of seemingly impossible photos. Joe McNally and David Grover will explore a series of Joe’s “big pictures” and discuss the planning and pitfalls, the production, and the lighting + final production. The webinar covers not just Capture One edits but the whole photography creation process. The exact time is August 26, 2020 at 6:00 PM (Copenhagen time). You can register here.

Capture One recently announced a new version for Nikon users. Here is a breakdown of the different available versions:

Capture One currently has a 25% discount on perpetual licenses and subscriptions with coupon code TAKE25OFF. Please be aware that this discount does not refer to Capture One upgrades and Styles packs. This offer is valid until September 30th, 2020.

Capture One also released two new “Beyond” style packs: a B&W pack and a film inspired style pack.

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