Friday

VSCO Film 04


Fujia Fortia SP ++
Kodak E100VS +++
Kodak E100G +++ (Couldn't decide between color or bw)
Fuji Astia 100F ++
Fuji Astia 100F ++
 Fuji Velvia 100F Balance Warm
Kodak E200 ++
 Fuji Provia 400X +
Kodak E100G Vibrant
 Kodak E200 ++
Kodak E100G +++

I purchased the VSCO Film 04 presets yesterday and decided I'd give em' a go and edit some of my favorite images from our travels the past year. These photos include India, San Diego, Chicago, and various places through Arizona and Colorado. This pack is full of high contrast, vibrant presets which I've really enjoyed using on landscape shots. For most of these images, after applying the preset I adjusted the contrast and exposure, as well as adding the Fade +++.

You can purchase the VSCO Film 04 here

52 comments:

  1. Such beautiful work, Kinsey! To help with your decision between the B&W and color image, I absolutely adore the colored image. I feel as though it tells a much better story than the black and white. You can almost feel the subject's emotions and the colors that the sunset paints is beyond beautiful behind the silhouettes. Stunning post!

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  2. I purchased a few months ago, best investment I have ever made.

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  3. Really beautiful. I'm definitely tempted to buy the presets!

    -Karina

    www.seeingbeautyblog.com

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  4. What a great collection of photos! What software do you use? Thanks!

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  5. Oh Kinsey these are truly breathtaking! And to the b&w vs color image, I love the color one most, the sunset is too good to pass up :) I remember a photography q&a post you did awhile ago where you mentioned VSCO, and I looked it up, and just now again, I don't mean to sound totally clueless, but.. what exactly is it? Again, incredible photos!

    xo, Juliette Laura
    http://juliettelaura.blogspot.com
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/InfiniteStyleShop

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    1. Hi Juliette!

      The VSCO Presets can be used on both Photoshop and Lightroom. Think of it as how you might use a filter on a phone photo app, but instead on your computer with a lot more presets and more fine tuning options. It's also a great way to create consistency with the editing of your photos and a great way to get a specific look for your brand.

      Thank you for such a sweet compliment!

      Kinsey

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    2. Oh that sounds wonderful! Thank you, and you are welcome!

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  6. Amazing! I've also been playing with 04 this past week! So fun! :)

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  7. Beautiful! Love this!

    http://sometimesgracefully.com

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  8. O my god!! such such beautiful photo....

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  9. wow! these photos are amazing! great job girl :)
    xo
    Jenna
    www.mamadazeblog.com

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  10. Beautiful!
    xx
    7thand52nd.blogspot.com

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  11. Hey lady! I've been saving up to purchase two of the VSCO sets (I have none right now), & I was wondering if you'd recommend your favorite? It'd be so greatly appreciated!

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    1. I have both the Film 01 and 04 now. I haven't tried out the 02 or 03, but from reviews I've read I think 01 would still be my favorite. I use it on all of my portrait shots, which is primarily what I shoot. I would look into reviews from others who have tried all four (I'm sure you could find that via Google!) and compare the reviews to see what fits your style as well as what you primarily shoot. :)

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  12. id definitely pick color for the camel picture its so perfect! an that one with the moving cars in brillant. very hard moment to catch

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  13. Wow, these are absolutely breathtaking.

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  14. These photos are outrageously beautiful!

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  15. Photos look great! Ok, you've convinced me to buy it! ;)

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  16. These photos are amazing Kinsey! I'm in awe. And would want every single one of these on my wall!

    ~Jacy

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  17. how do these work exactly, are they edits you do on the computer?

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    1. They are presets used through either Photoshop or Lightroom. Similar to how you might use a filter on a phone photo app, with a lot higher quality and more fine tuning options!

      Kinsey

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  18. wow what amazing photos! you are so talented

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  19. gorgoues work! i love the horse photo - so perfect :).

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  20. i love the originals & the re-edits, too. stunning!

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  21. These are incredible -- 'nuff said.

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  22. WOW! I love everything! The photos are just beautiful! :)

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  23. Beautiful photos. I love knowing your secrets.

    Xo. M.

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  24. These are all soooooo incredible. Love your edits!

    Xo, Hannah

    sweetsweetnoir.net

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  25. Ohhh I want VSCO Film so badly! ;)
    These are GORGEOUS photos, Kinsey!

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  26. Wow these are amazing shots! You've been to some awesome places. India is definitely on my bucket list.

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  27. these are amazing!
    what are your favorite presets from 01?

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  28. gosh, these images are so magical and vibrant.

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  29. i dont know i'm feeling home when i saw these pictures

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  30. lovely photos.

    xoxo, Oleah
    xthesimplethingsx.blogspot.com

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  31. Oh wow. Such amazing photos! I want to pack my suitcase and start travelling NOW.

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  32. love the image of you sitting and looking out over the scenery while sitting on the aztec blanket!

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  33. These are absolutely lovely. What camera are you shooting with?

    Regards,
    Kelley

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  34. Absolutely amazing and inspiring.

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  35. Many of those are really film like, especially the one with the horse, Kodak E200++. Wow!

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  36. The toning is so rad man! Hahaha :D

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  37. These are some of the most beautiful photos I've ever seen!

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  38. Your photos are gorgeous!
    http://simplyshera.blogspot.com

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  39. These are great! Nice to see them in action before I purchase them. :)

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  40. Wow. So beautiful! i love your Chicago photos!
    What camera do you use!

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  41. Wow. These are beautiful!
    What camera do you use!?

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