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Re: Capture One Pro 8....

Join the club Ross. I know it can be a bit quirky, but if one can put up with that, its output can be great. It certainly seems to have done a good job on your highlight recovery.

I'm sure that you won't find using layers a problem, they just allow you to work on separate aspects of your image one bit at a time, as I'm sure that you are aware. There are many options available, but the only problem I find is trying to remember how to activate the one I want! Do I right clear here, or left click there.

I find that I am doing more of the image manipulation directly in Capture One than I was in LR. I do find the post-crop vignetting options in LR to be superior though, and I sometimes import a tiff into LR just for that.
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