Capture One Express for Sony

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Capture One is a great software package for basic editing and cataloging..  and for Sony cameras there is a free to use version

https://www.captureone.com/en/products-plans/capture-one-express/sony?fbclid=IwAR0ZbIx2GoNnVhbcaa3dtMY2HHiUUUUVnOFObMqSwtSwxVmV_Z4Hqjz5fCY

Note that you need to enter a license key later on so that they can track usage, so take note of the key on your download page

and you should say NO when asked if you are a lightroom user

https://support.captureone.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003962998-How-to-activate-Capture-One-Express-?fbclid=IwAR3zAzHSs9ZXto8u9nYaoYMzXoj-gdbWUUoKcHMP3cHiW8aEmmEPtryZ0CY

and it has a ton of tutorials, and lessons for use

https://www.captureone.com/en/resources

Create a “Pictures” folder at the top of your filesystem, this is where you will create and store your photolibraries.  You should NOT put all you photos in one single huge library, so you need to think about how to break them up into smaller libraries.  

For my own travel photography, I make a new library for each country/visit, e.g.  Tanzania-2018 and so on.

 

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