VSCO released their newest film presets for Lightroom & ACR today. We took a few minutes to look at them on one of our latest sessions. Rollover the photos and you’ll see the SOOC image.
Other VSCO Film Pack Reviews:
FP-100c ++ ALT
Time Zero Polaroid Expired Cold
PX680 Warm ++
Polaroid 690 Cold
PX680 Cold ++ ALT
Most of these are a bit extreme, just like the instant films they emulate. We’ve shot almost every one of these instant films and can definitely see their distinct characteristics showing through.
We tried a few of these presets on one of our latest engagement shoots, it was a foggy/overcast day and the FP-100c presets look pretty amazing.. those images should hit the blog tomorrow.
We probably won’t be using these for most of our client work.. but they are super fun and might sneak their way into quite a few of our personal photos.
Also, we’re super happy to see these presets working their magic on Fuji files, we have a bunch of images on our x100 ready to download 🙂
you take rad pictures straight out of camera. that is all…
I’m with Cole on this one, most of these are gorgeous before AND after!
Gorgeous pictures, definitely buying them after seeing this Tx
Awesome photos. Do you think VSCO3 is that much more of an upgrade over the previous version?
Wow – I’m truly impressed, before and after !
the whole pin it option takes the roll over feature away, not working 🙁
I’ll fix, thanks!
Dare I say the sooc are better the majority of times?!
Hey Dylan and Sara, the links to the pictures seem to Be broken? Im very curious to see them:)
Anne! thank you for letting us know about the issue, it should be fixed now!!
Great set. I wonder if you have increased the contrast on those photos?
Hi I currently got ahold of vsco films from a torrent site, with its presets and camera profiles, curves etc. I’m an inspiring wedding photographer but can’t seem to find any fo the filter works. Is it better if I buy it on vsco? I dont know what seems to be wrong why I cant get the same effect as it should be. Pls help!
definitely buy them.
Great stuff, I mean 50 1.2L… cool one.