Seim Effects ColorFlow Has Sixty+ Color Effect Presets for Apple Aperture

Seim Effects ColorFlow Has Sixty+ Color Effect Presets for Apple Aperture


Soap Lake, WA—Seim Effects Photo Tools introduced ColorFlow, its newest creative preset collection engineered by award-winning photographer Gavin Seim. The new color-only presets were created specifically for photographers who use Apple Aperture software in their digital photography workflow.

The ColorFlow presets collection organizes more than 60 presets across five categories of color tools: Essential Color, Color Story, Film Inspired, Hollywood Cinema and Color Toners. The collection is designed to allow photographers to deliver very subtle or bold image variations, and users can mix and blend color effects for a desired mood or visual theme.

“It’s a presets collection dedicated to beautiful color—ColorFlow puts the nuances and hues at a user’s fingertips. As with our existing LightFlow preset collection, also designed for photographers working with Aperture, the new ColorFlow collection encourages users to take control and deliver the kinds of images they’ve “seen” in the mind’s eye,” said Gavin Seim, photographer and owner of Seim Effects. “It’s powerful. ColorFlow has been inspired by technologies of film, cinema, digital and even color itself.”

Seim Effects ColorFlow preset collection for Apple Aperture (v3 and newer) is offered at an introductory price of $39 (a $10 discount) until April 10, 2013. To view a video about the ColorFlow preset collection, visit

Gavin Seim, owner and developer at Seim Effects Photo Tools, is an internationally recognized photographer, developer and educator, knowned for his experience with creative workflow, the digital darkroom and time-tested techniques.

Seim’s software presets for Lightroom include Silver Shadows 2, Power Workflow 3 and Color Fantasies. His Photoshop tools include Hollywood Effects 2, Creative Essentials and Naked Elements. Also available is LightFlow, an Aperture presets collection featuring workflow tools, black-and-white effects and a variety of other effects.