Starting in Polarr Photo Editor 6.0. When you import a Polarr style you found on the internet, the style will attempt to match the creator's adjustment with your own photo, which means color selections will apply on colors you have in your photo, objects selections will apply to objects you have in your photo. You can find out what adjustments are included in a Polarr style in here.
- If a style has global adjustments, applying the style overwrites your global adjustments. Otherwise, the resulted effect keeps your global adjustments.
- If a style has any overlays, applying the style overwrites all overlays. Otherwise, the resulted effects keep your overlays.
- If a style has face adjustments, applying the style overwrite all face adjustments. Otherwise, the resulted effects keep your face adjustments.
- For each type of selections: If a style has selections of any type (such as color, object, gradient, etc), Applying the style overwrites all your selections of that type. Otherwise, the resulted effects keep your selections adjustments of that type. For example, if you have both radial and gradient selection adjustments, but style only only has radial adjustment, then the style overwrites your radial adjustment but not your gradient adjustment.
- Your brush selections are never overwritten by a style.
- You can always undo a style application step and go back to state of edit before the style was applied. You never lose the history of your edits when applying styles.