VSCO Film edits

November 17th, 2011 § 0 comments

Well as a birthday present for my self I decided to get the VSCO FILM presets for Lightroom. For the longest time ever, I’ve been trying to create presets of my own to give me that timeless film look & feel that I’ve after with my photography. I’ve created, deleted, and re-created many many presets in the past year or so. Some have been complete failures while others have been moderately successful; but they always needed to be tweaked multiple times which resulted in inconsistency and therefore long nights of editing to make sure my clients got their amazing photos ASAP.

So, when I heard about this new VSCO FILM presets, I knew I just had to get my hands on them.

It’s only been a few hours since I got the presets and here are a few samples of photos from my New York City trip this past summer edited strictly with VSCO FILM .

So far I’ve been really amazed, just how quickly and easily I can get the look I’ve been wanting instantly with these presets. I’ll try to do a full review once I’ve have more time with these.

Now to the photos.

The photo above looks extra grainy, thats not the preset causing that as this photo was taken at iso 1000.


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