Previously I published a video overview of the new VSCO Film preset package for Lightroom. The video got a great response, and thank you everyone for watching. Since that time, a new version of Lightroom and VSCO have been released. In the original video overview, I mentioned a couple key points about VSCO Film that I didn’t like, one being that it affects sharpening settings. I also noted an easy solution to this problem. Since that time, viewers have asked for a follow-up video demonstrating the solution.
So today we have a brief follow-up video which demonstrates how to mix VSCO Film presets with your own custom settings in Lightroom. In essence, we create a new preset after applying our favorite VSCO film emulsion and tweaking to match our desires. Creating a custom preset tailored to your style and workflow will help to reduce the time you spend editing, and get you back to shooting.
So that was my Sunday – quickly followed by a beer. I hope everyone enjoyed the video. Looking forward, the next item on my list is a post about VSCO recipes that I use. In essence, it will be a post showing example photos and the settings I used to create them. That’s all for today. Definitely stop back soon as I will have a lot more content coming quickly.