VSCO Cam effect in Photoshop

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  1. Simon H. Simon H.

    I wrote a tutorial on the GoMediaZine that details my quest to obtain a VSCO Cam like treatment using Photoshop.

    Thoughts and suggestions welcome.

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    6 months ago

  2. Liam McKay Liam McKay

    Very nice write up, great results. Thanks for sharing!

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    6 months ago

  3. Dave Cooper Dave Cooper

    Am I the only person that doesn't like the VSCO Cam look?

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    6 months ago

  4. Sean Dockery Sean Dockery

    @Dave Cooper Nope, I'm not a fan either. A lot of contrast is destroyed amongst other things.

    Great write up to get this effect though.

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    6 months ago

  5. Seeger Mattijs Seeger Mattijs

    Great shot!

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    6 months ago

  6. Simon H. Simon H.

    @Liam McKay Thanks!

    @Dave Cooper @Sean Dockery Ha, I (sadly?) am currently a sucker for it.

    @Seeger Mattijs Ha, I didn't take the original picture.

    6 months ago

  7. Corey Meyers Corey Meyers

    my only thought is that vsco has way more to it than the "fade". i love vsco for many features, not just the fact that it can fade all my pictures.

    BUT. i do understand. vsco has become infamous for that feature. so i'm not sure my comment holds any merit. and for that i apologize.

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    6 months ago

  8. Simon H. Simon H.

    @Corey Meyers Hey Corey, I do agree. But to be honest, I didn't have much time to tinker with emulating a specific film more. I think that'll will come later.

    6 months ago

  9. Jordan A. Kauffman Jordan A. Kauffman

    Thanks once again for sharing this great tutorial @Simon H. !

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    4 months ago

  10. Simon H. Simon H.

    @Jordan A. Kauffman My pleasure

    4 months ago

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