Powerful editing tools for Leica creatives
Unleash the full potential of your Leica images with Capture One Pro. With precision editing tools, intuitive shortcuts for faster work, and true–to–life colors tailored to your Leica camera, it’s the ultimate editing software to bring your vision to life in the most seamless way possible.
You can even connect selected Leica cameras and shoot photos tethered directly in Live View mode, making it easy to review your captures live and make changes on set in a professional workflow.
Live View Tethering
With the industry’s fastest tethering with Live View mode, you can connect and control selected Leica cameras and shoot photos directly to Capture One, plus organize them on-the-go.
Incredible RAW processing
Start your post-processing work with the highest-quality files. With camera and lens profiles made specifically for Leica cameras, you retain all the authentic colours and details from your original capture.
Create any colour – and control every colour – with a full suite of colour tools. Simply click on a hue and drag to quickly adjust colours or edit shades to perfection with the 'Advanced Color Editor'.
The unique Speed Edit tool lets you edit ultra-fast – without touching the interface. You can even edit multiple images at once. Plus, get handy shortcuts to speed up your import, export and culling.
Tethered shooting workflows can also be realised with other software solutions.
Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® Classic is fully equipped to serve as a control centre for all digital image processing needs. Everything has been thought of, from importing files, sorting (including the definition of keywords) and image processing, to exporting files and sharing pictures by email or on the web.
The extremely powerful digital image processing tools in Lightroom® Classic are perfectly designed for processing images for further use. Lightroom® Classic offers the particular advantage of a non-destructive RAW workflow that leaves the original data untouched and stores all edits in a separate file. A new file with all edits applied is only created in the export phase, so there is no risk of overwriting the original data when creating several versions of the same image.
Classic digital image processing software such as Adobe® Photoshop® can be integrated into the workflow for further processing.