Review Capture One Pro Styles: Editorial Color Grading Styles

Recensione Capture One Pro Styles: Editorial Color Grading Styles

Today we will talk about the Styles for Capture One Pro, in particular the “Editorial Color Grading Styles” package. We will analyze what this software package offers and how it can be used in the development of your photographs

Capture One is a reference software in the world of photo editing. Famous above all for its color management, in the 12 Pro version (which we have reviewed for you) new creative heights have been reached thanks to the functions and improvements introduced.

If you want to expand the functions of the software, several additional packages are available, which we have already reviewed in the past. Continuing on this line today we talk about Editorial Color Grading Styles.

Editorial Color Grading Styles brings together the works of Michael Woloszynowicz, Marie Bärsch and Pratik Naik. Let’s go through the complete complete package. For the following photos we thank the professional photographer Andrea Bianco of the Zoom photo agency.

Editorial Styles by Marie Bärsch: cosa offre?

Thanks to Editorial Styles by Marie Bärsch it is possible to carry out intense grading focused on the portrait. Clearly they can be combined with other Styles, especially Spectrum, but their main use is to give a particular mood to the photos. At the price of 39 € + VAT, Editorial Styles by Marie Bärsch, offers 7 presets designed to give an author’s style to photographs. Below we show you the effect of these presets on a photograph (Photo taken by professional photographer Andrea Bianco from the Zoom photo agency):

Editorial Styles by Michael Woloszynowicz: cosa offre?

Thanks to Editorial Styles by Michael Woloszynowicz it is possible to carry out intense grading focused on the portrait. Clearly they can be combined with other Styles, especially Spectrum, but their main use is to give a particular mood to the photos. At the price of 39 € + VAT, the styles package created in collaboration with Michael Woloszynowicz, offers 7 presets designed to give an author style to the photographs. Below we show you the effect of these presets on a photograph (Photo taken by professional photographer Andrea Bianco from the Zoom photo agency):

Editorial Styles by Pratik Naik: cosa offre?

Thanks to Editorial Styles by Pratik Naik it is possible to carry out intense grading focused on the portrait. Clearly they can be combined with other Styles, especially Spectrum, but their main use is to give a particular mood to the photos. At the price of 39 € + VAT, Editorial Styles by Pratik Naik, offers 7 presets designed to give an author’s style to photographs. Below we show you the effect of these presets on a photograph (Photo taken by professional photographer Andrea Bianco from the Zoom photo agency):

Editorial Color Grading Styles, some considerations

We have already reviewed the individual packages with dedicated articles that we have linked to each paragraph. What we want to answer in this recap article is simple: Is it worth buying Editorial Color Grading Styles directly? In our opinion, yes. If you want to buy all the packages you will pay € 39 per package while Color Grading Styles costs “only” € 78, equal to having one of the 3 packages of this Editorial Styles free. Furthermore, the three packages work very well together and manage to be all consistent with each other, an indication of extreme care also in the overall coordination of the Styles offered by Phase One. Our advice is therefore simple, if you are interested in at least two of these packages, buy the complete bundle directly! You will certainly be satisfied with this purchase that will evolve your way of conceiving the portrait and more!

We remind you that you can buy the package at this address. We also recommend that you visit the Phase One website for more information.

For Portraitists, not to be missed

Points in favor

  • Variety of presets
  • Package quality
  • Speed ​​of use
  • Ability to stack multiple presets
  • Complete portrait package

Points against

  • Cost perhaps a little high, but certainly justified