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How to Create a Gorgeous Feed Using VSCO Cam + Freebies

There are so many amazing photo editing apps out there and VSCO Cam is one of them! It’s such a great app, there are so many tools and filters. In today’s post, I want to share with you on how to create a beautiful feed using VSCO Cam in an in-depth tutorial, plus I’ve shared 10 filter settings!

Il existe de nombreuses applications de retouche photo incroyables et VSCO Cam est l’une d’entre elles! C’est une si bonne application, il y a tellement d’outils et de filtres. Dans le post d’aujourd’hui, je souhaite partager avec vous la création d’un flux magnifique à l’aide de VSCO Cam dans un didacticiel approfondi. De plus, j’ai partagé 10 paramètres de filtre!

Related: 7 Photo Editing Apps To Up Your Instagram Feed

 

FILTERS

VSCO Cam is known for its filters, they have a huge range of filters which some of them are free whilst others are paid (but still affordable). If you’re serious about your blog photography or Instagram feed then I’d recommend to invest in some of the paid filters.

But personally for me, they aren’t necessary. If you play around with the settings you can definitely come up with your own version of filter up to your preference. Also, you can use other apps to help you achieve that look.

VSCO Cam est connu pour ses filtres, ils ont une vaste gamme de filtres dont certains sont gratuits tandis que d’autres sont payants (mais toujours abordables). Si vous êtes sérieux au sujet de la photographie de votre blog ou du flux Instagram, je vous recommande d’investir dans certains des filtres payants.

Mais personnellement pour moi, ils ne sont pas nécessaires. Si vous jouez avec les paramètres, vous pouvez certainement créer votre propre version de filtre selon vos préférences. En outre, vous pouvez utiliser d’autres applications pour vous aider à obtenir ce look.

My favourite filters: A4, A5, A6, F2, HB1 and HB2.

 

TOOLS

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Exposure: This is one of the best exposure tool I’ve come across in an app. If your pictures aren’t bright enough or have a bad lighting then use this tool to brighten up your pictures.

Contrast: If you use the exposure tool, you’ll have to edit the contrast levels as well from that way the picture will be balanced otherwise the picture will be too bright. The contrast tool is used to darken and bring balance to your pictures.

 

how to create a gorgeous feed using vsco cam - tutorial - free vsco settings - adjust - sharpen

Adjust: You can crop and straighten your pictures using this tool.

Sharpen: As its name, you can sharpen your picture using this tool but try not to overdo it as it will give a ‘fake’ look.

 

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Clarity: This tool will accentuate the sharpness of the picture, a little goes a long way for this tool.

Saturation: The saturation tool is used to balance the colour levels of the pictures, you can either saturate or de-saturate the picture depending on your preference.

 

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Tone: You can edit the highlight and shadow levels of the picture using this tool.

White Balance: My favourite tool! You can adjust the temperature and tint levels of the picture. With the temperature, you can either make the picture warm which will add yellow tones or make it cooler which will add blue tones to the picture.

 

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Skin Tone: This tool is used for the face but you can use it for outdoor and flatlay pictures as well. It will add a subtle smoothness to the picture without being over the top.

Vignette: If you want to add some vintage effect to your pictures, this is the tool you need! It will add shadows around your picture as a border.

 

how to create a gorgeous feed using vsco cam - tutorial - free vsco settings - grain - fade

Grain: If you were searching on how to add some cool grain effects to your pictures then this is what most people use!

Fade: This tool will decrease the brightness of your picture and add shadows with a fading effect as its name.

 

how to create a gorgeous feed using vsco cam - tutorial - free vsco settings - spilt tone - shadows tint - highlights tint

Spilt Tone: Another favourite tool of mine! You can accentuate certain colours using this tool so if you have a theme based around a specific colour then this will come in handy! You can accentuate and add colours to your picture in terms of highlights and shadows as well.

 

Here is an example of a picture I edited using VSCO Cam!

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FILTER SETTINGS

Here are some filter settings! If you like the editing of one of these pictures, feel free to copy and use these settings.

Voici quelques paramètres de filtre! Si vous aimez l’édition de l’une de ces images, n’hésitez pas à copier et utiliser ces paramètres.

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING!

xo N

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54 Comments

  1. Great post, I love VSCO, I actually never noticed they had an option to fix the “White Balance”, I’ll definitely check it out when I edit my photos!! I love how your flatlay looks!

  2. An amazing post! This is really helpful! I used to play around with this app a while back and since getting a new phone, totally forgot about this editing app! I just downloaded it again! Thank you for such a helpful post!

  3. Ur such a lifesaver thanks so much for sharing!
    This is super helpful for people who live in gloomy areas where theres hardly any good natural lighting

    Thanks again!! 😍
    Kiki | soyvirgo.com

    1. My pleasure! I’m pretty sure your skills are good, don’t be hard on yourself. It took me ages to take good pictures and I still have a lot to improve x

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