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Hype List 2022: The Goa Express: “We want to capture our experience of youth: we’re all young, we’re all stupid”

Ragtag Manchester-based five-piece The Goa Express are on a mission to sonically encapsulate the feeling of growing up in the middle of nowhere – having just about transcended their modest roots, the lads are showing no intention of slowing things down.

Words: Ali Shutler. Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.

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While the five lads making up The Goa Express were born and bred in the countryside, they’ve found themselves busy up and down the country this summer following a long, hard graft. At Latitude, the first major festival to reintroduce live music, these guys started the show with the first set. “It was crazy – there was a huge crowd like we’d never played to before, none of us expected it to be that busy,” singer and songwriter James Douglas Clarke recalls. “That really threw us in at the deep end, but in a good way; it set us up nicely for the future, especially with the year to come.”

Showing up to a large audience is a feat no one could have expected just a few years ago, as the band have worked hard to progress not only their music careers but also, vitally, their respective instrumental capabilities. Looking back to their beginnings, James admits: “Fundamentally, we weren’t good enough. We all learned our instruments just for the sake of being in a band; none of us …

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Thread: Capture One Express 6 available for free

  • 26-Jun-2013, 16:38#1

    welly is offline

    Capture One Express 6 available for free

    Just got a tip off that Phase One are doing a promo on Capture One Express 6 (the previous, but still very good, version).

    If you go to and then "Add To Cart" and use the voucher/token/code DCM2013 then you'll get it for nothing.

    It's worth a look if nothing else.


  • 27-Jun-2013, 14:22#2

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    Re: Capture One Express 6 available for free

    Thanks welly. I wanted to try CaptureOne, so this is great.

    Bryan Weaknesses

    There are a few places where Capture One falls short. They’re admittedly quite minor feature omissions, but have a read to see if they would hinder your workflow.

    👎🏼  Lack of Third-party Plugins

    Until this most recent version (12), Capture One didn’t have any third-party plugin capabilities. For those of us who use them regularly, this could be an issue.

    Into Nik or Topaz filters? No go. Like Skylum’s Luminar or Aurora HDR plugins? You’re out of luck. Use any of the fantastic portrait packages out there? Too bad.

    Of course, if plugins aren’t a key part of your work flow, this won’t be an issue. I, however, shoot regularly in HDR and really don’t enjoy having to switch between programs.

    Capture One has no HDR ability

    Capture One only has a few third-party plugins and no ability to do HDR or panoramas.

    As it is, Capture One lets me send the photos to Aurora HDR, but then I have to export from Aurora and re-import to Capture One. No fun.

    One thing new in version 12, though, though, is export plug-in support. To date there are only three available plug-ins: Format portfolio service, Helicon Focus (for focus stacking), and JPEGmini’s resizing. At least it’s a start…

    👎🏼  No HDR or Panoramas

    To add insult to injury for us HDR photographers, Capture One doesn’t have any native HDR options.

    We can’t use a plugin and there’s no native version. Same is true for panoramas.

    👎🏼  Limited Organization

    Most people say that Lightroom beats Capture One in terms of organization, but I’m wondering if that has to do with the frustrations of learning a new system.

    There are a few things Lightroom has that Capture One doesn’t have, but in general all the key features are there. (It’s finding them that’s frustrating, at least for someone coming from Lightroom.)

    Unlike Lightroom Classic, Capture One doesn’t yet have face detection software. I’m not much of an event photographer, so this isn’t an important feature for me.

    Capture One also doesn’t have AI keywording, a feature Lightroom CC has. Since most photographers are probably using Lightroom Classic, it’s hard to miss what you’ve never had. Still, this feature has a lot of amazing potential and I’d be curious to see if Capture One adds it in the future.

    Other than these two features, I haven’t really found anywhere that Capture One Pro is seriously lacking in terms of organization.

    👎🏼  No History Panel

    The history panel is a tool I use often. It’s the easiest way for me to see what I’m doing if I need to go back a few steps in my workflow.

    While Capture One lets you undo edits and easily reset adjustments (more easily than Lightroom, actually), not having a history panel really cramps my style.

    There are workarounds, like creating a number of clone variants, etc., but it’s not quite the same.

    👎🏼  Other Things

    There are a few other things I don’t like, but this might be because I’m so used to Lightroom. One of these is that when I rename a file, it moves to somewhere else in the catalog, which can get annoying when trying to compare a series of photos.

    I also don’t like how the tilt/straighten tool is separate from the crop tool (a la Photoshop). I’m not quite sure why they separated these, but this adds an extra step to my workflow.

    I also don’t like that some very basic features are lacking from the Express version. For instance, there’s no vignette option. This bothers me, as it forces me to go to another program if I need one. Since there’s no plugin options, I have to completely leave Capture One and then reimport for something as simple as a vignette.

    There are also no online sharing options, which will definitely affect some folks. (I don’t use them, but I know others do.) You’re also out of luck if you need cloud computing options.

    I’m sure there are plenty of other little things here and there, but at some point it feels like nit-picking.

    Capture One vs Lightroom

    I’ll be comparing Capture One Pro vs Lightroom in detail in another article,  so I’ll keep it brief here.

    Where Capture One wins: 

    • Completely customizable workspaces
    • Raw image conversion
    • Color adjustments
    • Layers and Luminosity masks
    • Session-based organization option
    • Annotations
    • Tethering abilities
    • The Shadows and Highlights sliders have a greater range of tone control
    • Almost no third party plugins

    Where Lightroom wins:

    • Organization
    • HDR and Panorama ability
    • Third-party plugins
    • Price
    • Social media integration
    • Face detection
    • Better noise reduction
    • Fully integrated with other Adobe products
    • Extensive Keywording support, including AI
    • Cleaner Interface

    Capture One Price

    Unless you’re (solely) a Sony or Fujifilm shooter, Capture One Pro isn’t particularly cheap.

    In fact, if you count in upgrades, Lightroom + Photoshop ($10.99/month) may seem the better deal – at least for short term use. Let’s take a look at the numbers.

    Capture One Pro (full version):

    • You can buy the software outright for $299
    • subscribe for $20 per month,
    • or pay $15 monthly, if you prepay for a year.

    (The above Capture One prices are correct at time of writing)

    Any of these options will give you three Capture One Pro licenses (more than Adobe’s two-computer maximum).

    At the moment, upgrades for future versions cost $120 or more, depending on what version you’re upgrading from. That’s pretty steep, especially if upgrades come out once every one-two years.

    You can get the Pro version exclusively for Sony or Fujifilm for a 50% discount here (limited time), which will work if you’re really just a single-brand user and don’t force yourself ever switching. If you want to switch, you’ll need to upgrade to the full Pro version (prices vary on this).

    The bottom line? Only buy the full version if you’re planning to use it more than 2 years and upgrade infrequently.

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