As promised, this post shows some of the differences between VSCO film presets – this time the focus is on Kodak color film emulation. I chose an image with more color in it this time.
The image above is the original unprocessed file, and those beneath are all labeled with the preset used. There are many other +/- variations of these Kodak presets, but I’ve removed the ones that look very similar to others. Of course, some of these still look similar. The only additional processing was a reduction of image size. This is only meant to give you an idea what different starting points are available through some of the VSCO Lightroom presets.
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cant tell the difference….
try the slideshow now… you should be able to see a (very slight) difference when you see them fullscreen that way, no?
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