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Visco Film. One Of My New Loves

When I was in high school I really wanted to take photography classes.  Due to LDS Seminary, orchestra, yearbook and choir all of my elective credits were used.  Since I couldn’t take photography classes, I thought I would teach myself.  I used an old camera my grandpa gave me and converted my parent’s cold storage into a dark lab.  I learned how to develop my own film. I spent a lot of money buying developers, lights, thermometers, chemicals and spending countless hours at the Logan City library reading about developing film.

After spending way more money than I could really justify (read: ALL of my money) on film photography I switched to digital.  Over the last couple of years I’ve fallen in love with Jonathan Canlas’ Photography and Film Is Not Dead Guide.  At some really near future point I would love to resurrect my photography film roots. Film has beautiful tones and color that I thought could never be recreated.  Then I was introduced to VSCO film and I was proven wrong.  In my opinion, true film is the creme de la creme.  VSCO film is a great substitute for a digital photographer.  VSCO film are beautifully created film emulation presets for Light Room or ACR.  They are customized whether you are a Nikon or Cannon shoot and will read your color profiles accordingly.  For each film preset you can customize and layer the grain, fading, toning, contrast and more.  I highly recommend you give it a try. The results are beautiful!

 

 

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