DVLOP Styles for Capture One
Recreate signature looks from leading photographers with Styles from global preset creators DVLOP.
Cool your shadows and soften your highlights while maintaining fine grain. Creates warm skin tones coupled with cool highlights and shadows.
A go-to film for beautiful skin tones in daylight. Soften bright light to enhance natural colors and skin tones – and open up the shadows.
Cool your greens and warm your skin tones with a Style that offers beautiful gradation – and keeps all the key details.
Give your photos a cooler and more contrasty look while maintaining soft skin tones with pastel qualities.
Achieve an old-school feel with cleanier, punchier colors and golden skin tones.
Add contrast across the scene without cooling down your skin tones too much. Plus, bring out your pinks for warmth that makes skin shine.
Achieve luscious colors, an intense tonal range and earthy complexity with this bold, full-bodied Style.
Strong and hoppy, yet well balanced. Use this go-to style to achieve both authentic skin and dramatic earth and skies.
Recreate the classic black-and-white look from Two Mann with this high-intensity Style.
Get sultry skin tones with Two Mann’s go-to-style for wild and colorful dance floors.
Give your photos a powerful black-and-white feel.
Deepen your blacks and give your photos a cinematic feel with this versatile Style that works on almost any setting and time of day.
Emphasize the dusk in your late-evening shots with magenta and blue hues.
Ideal for direct light and intense blue skies, use this Style to smooth out skin and lower the contrast between shadows and highlights.
Kristen’s go-to black-and-white look works for all types of light. Use it to bring out portraits, hands and those special moments in-between.
Level out skin tones and transition smoothly from natural to artifical light with Kristen’s perfectly paired-on camera flash style.
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