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Aussie photogs, here's your chance to get your snaps fixed by Capture One guru Mezame

(Image credit: AIPP)

Australians will have a chance to get an expert walkthrough of one of the best photo editing programs on the market next week, courtesy of Singapore-based professional photographer and digital artist Mezame. 

Mezame is a widely recognised Capture One master, and uses the Lightroom rival to edit and manage his workflow. He’s also going to be the keynote speaker at a webinar hosted by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography’s (AIPP) NSW Council on Tuesday, October 27. He’ll be discussing his work as a commercial photographer in Singapore, and how he incorporates Capture One into his workflow – shooting tethered, editing with the software, managing high volumes of images.

The webinar will focus on Capture One’s ease of use, including how simple it is to migrate catalogues from other systems. So if you’re considering a change or looking for new ways to get more from your images, this online seminar will give you a deep dive into the power of Capture One.

Get Capture One for less

A huge incentive for signing up for this webinar is that you can submit some of your images to get help or advice on how to use Capture One to suit your specific needs from Mezame himself. Only registered attendees can submit images by emailing the original (or RAW) files to aippnsw@aipp.com.au (opens in new tab). Please ensure you mention the details of your camera system as well. 

(It should be noted that if there’s a large number of submissions, Mezame may not have time to go through all of them during the session, but it’s definitely worth submitting an image or two.)

Another major incentive to attend the webinar is that registered attendees will receive an exclusive discount code to purchase Capture One, thanks to Australian photo giant CR Kennedy & Co’s online store (opens in new tab)

Register now

You’ll need to register if you’d like to attend the webinar, with tickets starting at AU$10 for students, AU$20 for AIPP members, or AU$30 for the general public. To sign up, just head to AIPP’s event page (opens in new tab) and follow the on-screen prompts. 

The seminar runs from 6pm-8pm AEDT on October 27, with a Q&A session to be held at 7:30pm.

So register now and find out how a former school teacher became a member of staff for Capture One (Asia Pacific), a member of the Professional Photographers Association (Singapore) and a Phase One Certified Professional.

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Sharmishta Sarkar
Managing Editor (APAC)

In addition to looking after they day-to-day functioning of Digital Camera World in Australia, Sharmishta is the Managing Editor (APAC) for TechRadar as well, and helps produce two of Future's photography print magazines Down Under. Her passion for photography started when she was wandering the wilds of India studying monkeys (yes, life took a sharp turn somewhere along the way) and is entirely self-taught. That puts her in the unique position of understanding what a beginner or enthusiast is looking for in a camera or lens, and writes to help those like her on their path to developing their skills or finding the best gear. While she experiments with quite a few genres of photography, her main area of interest is nature photography – wildlife, landscapes and macro. She still prefers an optical viewfinder but is utterly fascinated with what mirrorless technology has been able to achieve. 


With an ear to the ground in the Asia-Pacific territory, she is constantly on top of camera news and breaking developments in the Australian region, in addition to sourcing local deals during big retail events like Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday / Cyber Monday. 


She’s also a skilled stargazer, always eager to share astrophotography tips such as photographing the blood moon without even using a tripod!