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VSCO FILM 03- Instant

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My friends over at VSCO have been hard at work developing the new VSCO FILM, FILM PACK 03. Since last week, I've gotten a chance to play around with the presets. I found that they react so different in varied lighting situations. Above, I pulled images from a shoot with full sun, sun breaks, overcast light, & total shade- to give a good idea of what to expect from the new Film Pack. - Presets used. - Polaroid 665 HC Polaroid 669 COLD Fuji FB 100 Fuji FP 100 COOL ++ PX 100 UV+ WARM++ Polaroid 699 ++ - The only customization I made to any of the above looks, was I desaturate the toned B&W looks. - For your comparison- Here is Chris & Nate's portraits I processed with Photoshop more than 1.5 years ago. - I see myself really enjoying these for personal work. - I am happy to keep a dilague going in the comments area. - SF