My Pack of FREE Capture One Styles

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If you are familiar with Lightroom presets, then you might think that Capture One presets are the same, but this isn’t quite correct.

Capture One presets only affect one tool at a time, while Capture One styles can affect every tool at once, and are Capture One’s version of Lightroom presets.

I have lots of Capture One styles that I use for my photo editing, and I am giving away a free download of a pack of 15 of my best styles for Capture One below.

Free Capture One Styles

Capture One Styles Pack: Free Download

These Capture One pro styles for download are primarily created from landscape and cityscape photo editing, but can be used for many types of photography, and include Capture One film styles and cinematic styles. Examples of the styles are below, and the download link follows this.

Every photo used for these examples can be downloaded as a free RAW photo.

1. Sunset Pink Sky

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capture one style

2. Bright Overcast Sky

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capture one style

3. Cloudy Sunset Boost

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capture one style

4. Cinematic Desert (+ 2 Variations)

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capture one style

5. Canyon High Contrast

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capture one style

6. Stormy Sunset

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capture one style

7. Sunrise Bright Sky (+ 1 Variation)

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capture one style

8. Winter Sandstone (+ 1 Variation

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capture one style

9. Mountain Top Sunset (+ 1 Variation)

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capture one style

10. Black and White Snow

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capture one style


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How to Install Capture One Styles

Simply double-click on the downloaded zip file to open it, extract the file inside, then double-click on the .costylepack file and Capture One will open and automatically install the styles into your Adjustments tab.

Capture One Styles
The installed Capture One Styles

Are Capture One Styles Worth It?

Capture One styles are definitely worth using, as they can really speed up your editing process, but also give you an insight into how other photographers process their images. I have a lot of Capture One styles and find them all very helpful in my editing workflow.

If you want more Capture One styles, then the official packs on the Capture One site are very good, although are a little pricy.

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