Best VSCO Editing Tutorial(VIDEO)
You can play around with VSCO Cam’s altering settings and make your very own arrangement of presets.
Best VSCO Editing Tips:
- Adjust the intensity of filters
- Try the film filters
- Skin Tone slider
- Use two filters
- Change the angle of your frame
- Edit RAW images(RAW format more information)
- Save your favourite presets.
In this article, we have collected some filter settings you can try on your photos. Don’t be afraid to experiment, then let us know what you love.
VSCO Filter Hacks
- This is a bright and clean filter that doesn’t require a preset, just adjustments. It looks nice on selfies, but you might need to adjust the exposure a bit. You can use this on your pics if you don’t want them to look too filtered/edited but still make them look nice and bright.
- This filter is excellent for giving pics a bit of a gloomier look. It makes them slightly darker and more faded, but I think it would make a feed look nice and cohesive.
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- It makes pictures darker and more yellow toned.
- This filter is super pretty and makes pics softer. It would make a beautiful theme.
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- Here is a dark filter perfect for winter pictures. Feel free to use this on any skin tone, but it goes best with daytime pictures. Turn down the saturation, even more, to make it more clean and sharp.
- This VSCO editing is a very similar filter to “ADEN” on Instagram! If you add highlights and add a bit of fade, they would be very close.
- This is an amazing blue summer toned filter. That would look great for a theme. It looks good with blues, skin tones, whites, blacks.
- This is an excellent dark filter that is awesome for a summer theme. It is perfect for beach pictures and daytime pictures. Let me know if you use this filter. VSCO UPDATE(temperature and tint are now found under “white balance).
- Pretty pastel filter. Works best with already pastel themed photos, especially pinks and blues (yellows look great too), and works better with pictures of objects and landscapes.
Editing VSCO Tutorial
The best app to edit/share photography.
VSCO for iPhone: Link
VSCO for Android: Link
Edit your photos with film-inspired filters & professional image tools.
In this video, I go over each feature (in layman’s terms!) the fantastic VSCO Cam app has to offer and how to use them to get the best out of your picture.
- This filter looks so nice on all the pictures and gives them a warm, slightly brown look. I find it looks especially nice on pictures with white and brown in them.
- Perfect for a darkly themed feed. It makes the coolest dark blue theme. You can adjust the exposure/contrast according to the natural lighting of the pic you are editing to whatever works best.
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- This filter looks best on pictures with white backgrounds or for white feeds. It also makes pictures look slightly brown tinted.
What is your favourite preset or filter?
- This filter is so pretty and gives pictures a blue look. I find it works best on anything – even selfies – however, it looks exceptionally nice on white pics.
ALTERNATIVE IF YOU DONT HAVE SE3 :
- Preset: A5 +12
- Contrast: -2
- Highlights: +8
- Temperature: -3
- Tint: +3
Winter VSCO Filters
- First winter filter of the year! This one looks best on white pictures. I would recommend using it on pictures of snow, etc.
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- Winter/Christmas filter! It makes pictures warm and very brown toned. Because of this, it would probably work best for brown feeds.
- It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Here’s a Christmas filter that literally does the job. It’s so pretty and suits Christmas pictures so well. I recommend you all try this out!!
- Soft pink filter. Good with skin tones and peachy pink colours.
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- Pink toned filter that would look good if you added grain. It deepens blues and purples and creates a nice contrast between light and dark colours, it looks great on all skin tones but looks better on day time photos.
- Here’s a purplish pink 90’s grunge filter. It looks good with all the pictures if you feel like you need to change the exposure or contrast you can change it to your liking. You can also add a bit of grain for the 90’s effect.
- This filter brings out colours a lot, so it’s especially good for glow feeds/ glow themes.
- Here’s a filter that makes pictures more faded and less saturated. It would be pretty good for a theme. It’s also a great selfie filter.
- Here’s a warm filter that I feel would look best on pictures with some brown in them.
VSCO Editing Tutorial
- This filter is gorgeous, and I’m so in love with it. It makes pictures much cooler and blue toned while also giving them a faded and dark look. It would also make an amazing theme, as pictures look good together when they have this filter applied to them.
- A blue vintage unsaturated filter that is perfect for winter pics, it goes well with tans, whites, blacks, blues, greys, and reds. It goes with all time of days, but you may need to adjust the contrast. Completely recommend this to everyone.
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