Phase One introduces 'Styles Packs' for Capture One
Phase One will begin offering image adjustment presets for its Capture One Pro editing software. Presets will be sold in Styles Packs, each with 15 to 18 individual Styles. Each Style applies automatic adjustments to an image without touching parameters like white balance and exposure – Phase One emphasizes there's plenty of latitude for the user to adjust an image to taste before and after a Style is applied.
Phase One is offering a bundle of five styles free of charge if you'd like to try before you buy. The full list of Style bundles are listed in the press release below; head to phaseone.com/styles for more information.
Phase One Releases Capture One Styles Packs
Designed to accelerate the creative process
COPENHAGEN, June 8, 2017 -- Phase One today announced Capture One Styles Packs. Applying a specific Capture One Style to a selected image transforms its ‘look and feel’ by implementing multiple image adjustments, without affecting key capture parameters such as exposure, white balance or levels. Each Style offers users plenty of scope – both before and after applying it – to further edit the image. One click offers Capture One Style users the opportunity to accelerate their creativity and improve their image editing process.
A Capture One Styles Pack contains up to 18 different Styles focused on a specific theme. This flexible offering builds on recent enhancements in Capture One Pro 10.1, such as an easier preview of large style collections and nested style collections. It is designed to deliver greater speed and efficiency when editing multiple images.
Ease of use has been a central design consideration for Capture One Styles Packs, which make them suitable for all photographers – from experienced users to those who are just beginning to work with Capture One.
Capture One Styles Packs released today include:
- Cinematic – 18 unique Styles
- B&W – 15 unique Styles
- Matte – 16 unique Styles
- Seasonal – 15 unique Styles
- Essentials – 16 Styles compiled from the above Styles Packs
- 5 Styles are available for download as a free sample package
For Styles examples and usage guidelines, please see: phaseone.com/styles
Pricing and Availability
Styles Packs for Capture One Pro 10.1 are available now at the Phase One e-store: phaseone.com/styles-store
Each Styles Pack, containing 15-18 styles, for Windows and Mac operating systems is priced at 69 USD. A basic Styles Pack containing 5 Styles is available as a free trial.
Capture One version 10.1 or newer is recommended for the best user experience. Version 10.1.2 is necessary for Capture One Express (for Sony) users. The packs are simply installed with a double-click, importing via the new and improved Styles and Presets tool, or by dragging-and-dropping the Pack to the Capture One menu icon.
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