T-PAN – Black and Capture One White Style Pack
T-Pan for Capture One is a Black and White style pack inspired by black and white film. The look is aiming to re-create the experience of shooting with a professional grade black and white film stock, and creates a rich film like monochrome image.
T-PAN also comes with a set of tools, which consists of a number of different types of grain, and some additional set of styles for creating a “soft” look, to emulate the analog softness and texture of film.
To download a sample of T-PAN containing one look (three variations) click here.
What’s Included with T-PAN for Capture One
T-Pan for Capture One includes two folders of Styles. The first “T-Pan” is the main style pack and features 10 black and white “films” each with 3 variations. These variations are as follows:
- T-PAN (Normal) This is the normal Version of the film
- T-PAN+ This version s a little brighter, with some shadow recovery, and slightly less grain
- T-PAN 400 This is a version of the film styled after ISO400 speed black and white films. It has more contrast and definition than the regular version, but with increased grain.
- 100-GRAIN-XX (1-5) 5 variations of grain to simulate lower ISO film
- 400-GRAIN-XX (1-5) 5 variations of grain with a greater intensity to simulate ISO 400 film
- 800-1600-GRAIN-XX (1-2) 2 Variations of high speed film grain
- —GRAIN OFF Sets the Grain to Zero
- Soften-XX (1-5) 5 variations of a setting to soften the image (uses negative clarity and structure) to create a more analogue texture to your image.
T-Pan Demo Video
T-Pan for Capture One in Action
Here are some sample images processed using T-Pan for Capture One
T-PAN requires a Mac or PC running Capture One 11 or later. You must have a computer capable of running this version of Capture One.
You should also have a good working knowledge of the software and basic computer operations such as copying files and folders.
Some General Note about Capture One Styles
Not all images are suitable for all styles. Some images just won’t produce pleasing results and won’t be appropriate for the looks you may be trying to use, depending on the subject matter.
It is also important to note that any style won’t be a magic bullet. One should consider the use of these styles as a starting point. More often than not, images may require additional adjustments after applying presets. Sometimes you will need to adjust exposure or brightness and contrast depending on your photo. When trying T-PAN, consider making a clone of the variant that you’re working on, so that you don’t lose any adjustments you’ve already made.
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