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Visioncolor Picture Style Download


Visioncolor Picture Style Download




If you are looking for a way to enhance the color and contrast of your Canon EOS DSLR videos and photos, you might want to check out the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle. This is a collection of four custom picture styles that are designed to optimize the color performance of your camera and give you a cinematic look right out of the box. In this article, we will explain what picture styles are, how they work, and how you can download and install the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle on your Canon EOS DSLR.


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What are picture styles?




Picture styles are presets that affect how your camera processes the image data before saving it as a JPEG or video file. They control parameters such as contrast, saturation, sharpness, color tone, and color matrix. By changing these settings, you can alter the look and feel of your images and videos without affecting the exposure or white balance. Picture styles can be useful for achieving a certain aesthetic or mood, or for matching different cameras or lighting conditions.


Canon EOS DSLRs come with several built-in picture styles, such as Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful, and Monochrome. You can also create your own custom picture styles by adjusting the parameters manually, or by loading external picture styles that are created by third-party developers. These external picture styles are usually in pf3 format and can be downloaded from various websites or forums.


How do picture styles work?




Picture styles work by applying a color transformation matrix to the raw image data captured by the camera sensor. This matrix converts the raw RGB values into the final RGB values that are saved in the JPEG or video file. The matrix can also apply a gamma curve to adjust the contrast and tonal range of the image. The matrix is different for each picture style and determines how the colors and tones are rendered.


Picture styles only affect JPEG and video files, not raw files. Raw files contain the unprocessed image data from the sensor and can be edited later with software such as Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. Raw files give you more flexibility and control over the final image quality, but they also require more storage space and processing power. JPEG and video files are compressed and ready to use, but they also lose some information and quality during the compression process.


Picture styles can be applied either in-camera or in post-production. In-camera means that you select the picture style before taking a photo or recording a video, and the camera applies it to the image data before saving it as a JPEG or video file. In post-production means that you shoot with a neutral or flat picture style (such as Neutral or CineStyle) and then apply a different picture style later with software such as Canon Picture Style Editor or Adobe Premiere Pro.


What is Visioncolor Picture Style?




Visioncolor Picture Style is a bundle of four custom picture styles created by Visioncolor, a premium developer of industry standard 3D LUTs for cinematic film emulation and color grading. The bundle includes the following picture styles:



  • VisionColor: A color optimization profile that enhances the color accuracy and dynamic range of your camera. It uses a custom color matrix that matches the Rec.709 standard for HD video.



  • VisionTech: A low contrast version of VisionColor that preserves more details in the shadows and highlights. It also has a slightly lifted black point for better low level color accuracy.



  • CineLook: A cinematic grading profile that gives you a film-like look right out of the camera. It applies contemporary color offsets and contrast curves to create a rich and organic image.



  • CineTech: A low contrast version of CineLook that gives you more control over the final grade. It has similar color offsets as CineLook but with less contrast and saturation.




The Visioncolor Picture Style bundle is compatible with all Canon EOS digital SLR cameras that support custom picture styles in pf3 format. Some of these cameras are:



  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II / III / IV



  • Canon EOS 6D / 6D Mark II



  • Canon EOS 7D / 7D Mark II



  • Canon EOS 60D / 70D / 80D / 90D



  • Canon EOS Rebel T2i / T3i / T4i / T5i / T6i / T7i



  • Canon EOS Rebel SL1 / SL2 / SL3



  • Canon EOS M / M2 / M3 / M5 / M6 / M50




How to download and install Visioncolor Picture Style?




To download and install the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle on your Canon EOS DSLR, you need to follow these steps:



  • Go to the Visioncolor website and purchase the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle for $19.99. You will receive an email with a download link and a license key.



  • Download the zip file and extract it to a folder on your computer. You will see four pf3 files, one for each picture style, and a PDF file with installation instructions and user guide.



  • Connect your Canon EOS DSLR to your computer with a USB cable and turn it on. Make sure the camera is in P, Tv, Av, or M mode.



  • Open the Canon EOS Utility software on your computer. If you don't have it, you can download it from the Canon website.



  • Select Camera settings/Remote shooting from the main window.



  • Select Register User Defined style from the drop-down menu next to Picture Style.



  • Select one of the three available slots (User Def. 1, User Def. 2, or User Def. 3) and click Open.



  • Browse to the folder where you extracted the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle and select one of the pf3 files. Click OK.



  • Repeat steps 6 to 8 for the other three picture styles, using different slots for each one.



  • Disconnect your camera from your computer and turn it off.




Congratulations! You have successfully installed the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle on your Canon EOS DSLR. You can now select any of the four picture styles from the camera menu or the quick control screen and start shooting amazing videos and photos with cinematic color and contrast.


How to use Visioncolor Picture Style?




To use the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle on your Canon EOS DSLR, you need to follow these tips:



  • Set your camera to shoot in JPEG or video mode. Picture styles do not affect raw files.



  • Select the picture style that suits your creative vision and lighting conditions. You can preview the effect of each picture style on the LCD screen or in live view mode.



  • Adjust the exposure, white balance, and focus as usual. You can also tweak the picture style parameters such as contrast, saturation, sharpness, and color tone if you want to fine-tune the look.



  • Shoot and enjoy! You can review your images and videos on the camera or transfer them to your computer for further editing or sharing.




The Visioncolor Picture Style bundle is designed to give you optimal color performance and cinematic look without requiring much post-production. However, if you want to further enhance or change the look of your images and videos, you can use software such as Canon Picture Style Editor, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, or DaVinci Resolve. You can also apply 3D LUTs from Visioncolor's ImpulZ LUTs collection for more film emulation options.


Conclusion




The Visioncolor Picture Style bundle is a great way to improve the color and contrast of your Canon EOS DSLR videos and photos. It offers four custom picture styles that are based on industry standards and cinematic aesthetics. It is easy to download and install on your camera and gives you instant results without much hassle. It is compatible with all Canon EOS digital SLR cameras that support custom picture styles in pf3 format. It is also affordable and comes with a lifetime license and updates. If you are looking for a simple and effective way to take your Canon EOS DSLR videos and photos to the next level, you should definitely give the Visioncolor Picture Style bundle a try!


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