Beauty, fashion, and portrait photographer Quentin Décaillet always starts with finding a concept. It's been the cornerstone of his work as a commercial photographer. After just 6 years in the industry, Quentin has already made a huge impact with his unique concepts and out-of-the-box thinking. But ideas aren't easy to come by. And sometimes, staying fresh and original, takes some unique approaches to brainstorming. We sat down with Quentin to chat about his creative process, what inspires him, and how he has improved his workflow for more efficiency.
It’s ironic that creating with analog control in the digital world is of increasing value. It’s a natural way to connect with technology using interactive tools, and the processing workflow has gone full circle. Tactile feedback improves user experience and increases comfort while rapidly accelerating workflows. Not only are analog tools in a digital workflow more fun to employ, but, in my view, they are also notably better. The integration of two such devices has extended my creativity as no others can: the Wacom Intuos Pro and Palette Gear’s Professional Kit.
AtPalette, we’re particularly proud of how our productkeeps evolving and improvingthrough free, unrestricted software updates. Whether you backed us onKickstarteror just purchased last week, the result is the same — every module becomes more capable over time, through consistent feature additions and improvements.
Palette Gear, creators of the innovative modular and fully customizable controller for precise, tactile photo and video editing, announces full integration with Capture One by Phase One for macOS. This release provides users with powerful new features based on extensive feedback from Capture One experts for fast and precise access to your most used Capture One functions in a completely configurable interface.