The stylize effects offer more extreme color grading options. They often combine multiple techniques into a single effect.
Creates the appearance of a cartoon drawing, with smoothed colors and lines drawn over edges.
You can heavily customize the appearance of the edge lines and the fill.
Using an s-curve shift, cine style creates a cinematic, Hollywood-style look. It is a fast method for achieving a professional, high quality finish. While it offers a rapid grade, it still provides controls for fine tuning the appearance.
Cine style includes built-in grain, vignette and letterboxing features. These can be turned on or off depending on the desired look.
The s-curve property adjusts the contrast, while the color adjustment properties determine the effect of the color shift. The defaults push towards the orange-and-teal palette popular in Hollywood blockbuster filmmaking.
Creates the illusion of a ridged image, based on the source layer, similar to clay imprint.
Reduces the layer to only showing edge areas.
Functions in a similar way to a standard glow but affects dark areas rather than light areas.
Desaturates the layer except for the chosen color.
Creates the look of an oil painting.
A selection of generated photo-style distortions.
Reduces the color detail in the layer to create blocks of color.
Creates the appearance of a film negative that has been exposed to light during development.
Reduces the layer to just two colors. You can specify the colors and the threshold changes the emphasis of the effect.
Tints the layer, shifting dark and light areas towards your specified colors.
The Amount to Tint property can be used to create subtle or extreme effects.