Capture One Introduces New Editorial Color Grading Styles

Capture One Introduces New Editorial Color Grading Styles

Capture One recently introduced a new Editorial Color Grading Styles Pack. With this new release, you can get the signature editorial looks of Michael Woloszynowicz, Marie Bärsch, and Pratik Naik.

Capture One Styles are color grading presets that allow users to apply adjustments with one click inside the software. Besides providing fast color grading, the Styles are also useful when dealing with large number of photos in a batch. Capture One has already introduced several Styles packs for specific looks, such as film, cinematic, black and white, and essentials, but for this latest release, Capture One collaborated with renowned photographers Michael Woloszynowics and Marie Bärsch, and high-end retoucher Pratik Naik. All artists created seven Styles for the new editorials pack, which reflect their color grading styles for their editorial work.

Each artist’s individual Styles pack can be purchased for $34 (39 EUR) separately, or for $68 (78 EUR) if you’d like to buy all three pack as a bundle.  

To learn more about these styles and before-after samples of each style, you can visit Capture One’s e-store.

If you’d like to improve your Capture One skills and create your own color grading presets, don’t forget to visit Capture One’s Learning Hub.

Lead image by Marie Bärsch via Phase One.

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6 Comments

David Cannon's picture

Anything out there similar to this for LightRoom?

Take NBP ColourmapX, use it on those images and replicate similar style in Photoshop.

Ray Hardy's picture

or ya know... you could just build your own in Cap 1.

Christoph .'s picture

It's a shame they price styles so high. I'm going to get 3D LUT Creator and have more versatility.

You think 3D LUT Creator is around $100 and you have zero creative styles, you start from the scratch.