VSCO film 3 – instant

I believe that the people over at VSCO have made a hit again. Their pack 3 is about emulating instant film, like Polaroid, which gives a bit more edge to the photos.

Here are some of my experiments..
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PX-680 Warm

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Polaroid 690++

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Polaroid 690 Warm++

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Travel gives inspiration

I have been to Gran Canaria (Spain) with my family. The weather was both splendid and not so good. Armed with my camera and Sigma 1.4/50mm together with VSCO film, it was big joy. I found back to my photographic interest. All by a sudden I was walking around, shooting as back in the good old days.

Travel is great for inspiration!





VSCO film and landscape

I just updated to the VSCO film package 01 to get the custom camera profiles for my camera. I have wondered about it for a while but finally I took the decision to buy it. Was it worth it – yes..

I have discovered that a lot of you ends up on my site by searching for either vscocam or vscofilm, once in a while it also is together with the search word landscape.

So to celebrate the new update, I added three landscape shoots I took another day, three shoots that would love to be processed in vscofilm.



iPhone photography with VSCOcam

I guess no one have missed that I’m a big fan of digital film emulation and especially the products from Visual Supply Co.

They released a new app for the iPhone called VSCOcam. I bought it and gave it a tried and yes – it was as good as I hoped it would be. The black and white images have low contrast and I have some control on the added grain. The interface is easy to use and learn and if you have a vision of how the photo should look like it is pretty easy to reach that goal. The only con’s that I see for the moment is there is no crop and aligning tool and if I want to undo some settings it can be done on the latest setting or reset for all settings. The toolbox (=settings) is not made so you can add and the also remove settings by setting – only add.

The biggest issue right now is: what should I do with my DSLR – I do not need it anymore..

Here are some samples, unfortunately without any kind of red thread..








Photographed with iPhone 4s and processed with VSCOcam