GoPro isn’t the only company whose balance sheet has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. VSCO—the startup behind the photo sharing app and community of the same name—announced that it was forced to let go of nearly one third of its entire workforce as the market environment changed “overnight.” After learning that news of […]
Looking for a new preset to tinker with on VSCO? Now would be a good time to sign up as a member as the app just dropped their latest Film X preset. Say hello to the FT6, a recreation of Fujifilm’s discontinued Fujichrome T64 tungsten film.
VSCO has partnered with Snap Inc. to release its first ever Snapchat lens. Dubbed ‘Analog,’ the sponsored lens is free to use and “designed to celebrate the imperfections, mistakes, and happy accidents found when shooting with film.
With life going on faster than I would have preferred, I often find myself turning to my iPhone SE and VSCO on mobile in the hopes of squeezing in a bit of photography practice in between commutes, ideation meetings, video shoots, and actual writing for work.
iPhone’s camera software grows more and more advanced with each updated edition, with many photographers choosing to use their phone as their primary means of shooting. While the built-in camera may be incredibly effective in getting you the shot you want, oftentimes the use of a third-party app can further enhance your photo experience, giving you more control over your final product.
VSCO has just introduced Recipes to its popular mobile photo editing app, enabling users to create and share presets that allow for quick applications of certain looks and styles to photos. The company said it found that many users were trying to use Pinterest to share sets of different settings and filters that could achieve a […]
Lomography Color Negative 400 is one of those alternative color films that unfortunately isn't spoken about enough. But in the right situations, there as times when I personally feel like it outdoes Kodak Portra 400 or at least proves to be a worthy alternative to both Kodak Portra 400 and Fujifilm Pro 400H.
VSCO just announced Mobile Presets 02, a new pack of presets that brings VSCO’s popular mobile filter looks to desktop photo editors. MP02 follows in the footsteps of MP01, which was only launched back in June.
RNI Films told us that this day was coming a while ago, and finally we've got the news: RNI All Films 4 Lite is finally here for Capture One. The preset package was previously only available for Photoshop and Lightroom but we've finally got it for Capture One--which more and more photographers have been picking up due to frustration with how Lightroom's processing algorithms and sloth-like speed have been letting them down.
VSCO, the company behind the very popular lightroom film presets and the popular image sharing app, has quietly shuttered their NY office and laid off the employees staffing it. The move comes as the company looks to centralize and expand operations at its Oakland California Headquarters.
There is no doubt that VSCO is one of the most popular photo editing suites available for mobile devices, and in order to stay on top, being up to date with the latest features and capabilities is imperative.
This guide is intended for you if you currently own a smartphone (iPhone, Android, etc) and want to learn how to take better photos. Looking into the future, I see 99.9% of photographers using an iPhone or a smartphone for their image-making needs.