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VSCO Polaroid film emulations

I took this photo a few weeks ago on a cloudy afternoon in Adams Morgan with my Fuji X-Pro1 and 35mm lens. This is the original image using the standard Provia film setting; it’s otherwise unprocessed.

original

The versions below were all minimally processed in Lightroom using Polaroid film emulation presets. By ‘minimally processed’ I mean all I did was apply one of the VSCO presets – I did not alter any of the settings at all. Like my previous posts showing some of the VSCO Fuji and Kodak presets, this is just to give you an idea of some of the different starting points available using the software. There are other similar looking variations that I didn’t include.

Polaroid 669

Polaroid 669

Polaroid 669 --

Polaroid 669 —

Polaroid 669 +++

Polaroid 669 +++

Polaroid 669 Cold +

Polaroid 669 Cold +

Polaroid 669 Cold --

Polaroid 669 Cold —

Polaroid 690

Polaroid 690

Polaroid 690 --

Polaroid 690 —

Polaroid 690 ++

Polaroid 690 ++

Polaroid 690 Cold --

Polaroid 690 Cold —

Polaroid 690 Warm -

Polaroid 690 Warm –

Polaroid 690 Warm +

Polaroid 690 Warm +

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2 thoughts on “VSCO Polaroid film emulations

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