I truly believe that VSCO changed the way we consume and share our perspective through social media, especially with photos. They are that photo editing app that is doing more just the app itself. Greatly engaged in its community, they recently launched their popular mobile presets to the desktop through various Adobe products. I totally love this app and knowing that is now available on Desktop, just boosted my productivity and my envy to do more. Check it out yourself! VSCO® is more than just an photo editing app, it's also an art and technology company empowering and inspiring people everywhere to create, discover, and connect based in Oakland, CA. They are also a parent company to Denver-based printing outpost, Artifact Uprising. Preview Your browser does not support the video tag. VSCO Mobile Presets 01 (MP1) offers a diverse range of 58 presets designed to help you recreate the same looks celebrated on VSCO's mobile app when editing images on desktop. Ideal for lifestyle photography, portraiture, landscapes and everything in between. Some Samples More Links Get yours now: VSCO Introducing MP1
VSCO is an editing app that I use almost every day to enhance workflow with my photography through taking photos, editing, filtering and sharing them. That being said, I am always wondering about the architecture inside the offices will look like, a behind the scenes look to see their work environment of such a genuine app that changed the way we take pictures. Designed by DeBartolo Architects, they are an architectural studio based in Phoenix, Arizona. With a philosophy of building great work by connecting and challenging the natural and urban landscape. Oakland is my hometown. It embodies how we see ourselves as a company scrappy and hard working with a diverse and international community. Practically, it’s central for Bay Area. We could have chosen anywhere but Oakland was our ideal location for the office and feel of how we see ourselves. Everything about the build out and the space is an outward extension of who we are, personally and as a company. - Joel Flory CEO & Co-Founder of VSCO Credits Design: DeBartolo Architects Photography: Mariko Reed Images via Office Snapshots
Let's talk about VSCO and their recent overhaul app update that generated a lot of feedback from the community especially designers. Whenever you liked it or not, one thing for sure is no one ever (ever) like change. It's part of who we are as human beings and I don't think it's going to change anytime soon. From my personal opinion, the app has (and still) important user flow problems that disadvantage your experience with it. After Instagram, VSCO is my second "go-to" app on my phone, it's a really great photo editing app that totally change the game for me. Having thoughts, I should investigate the philosophy/concept VSCO had about this update, it would be great to share with you guys. As many would think about doing a redesign? Of course as we take a closer look of Ilja Miskov and his improvements to the app. Taking on the simplicity and minimalism of VSCO brand, Ilja took an even more simple approach to the UI and took an extra care to the icons. Which reminded how frustrating it was to navigate through the current VSCO app and really not understanding what were the icons for until you clicked on them. It still the case. But their recent redesign of the app is just terrible. Even after the update to 4.0 they have already confused millions of users with weird iconography. Many including myself wouldn't understand what those icons meant to be and what actions they do. But now with the version 5.0 the whole user experience of the app has gone wild. I don't understand how to interact with the app, I don't understand how those weird gestures they introduced should help me navigate through the app. They've made everything even more confusing, settings less accessible and even the iconography less understandable again. More information: https://dribbble.com/iljamiskov.
VSCO is personally one of my favourite Photo Editing App out there, I almost use it every single day. I really love it because it's a great tool to create/make. Ever since they've updated the capacity to save larger images, that was a game-changer for me and I am pretty sure for most of us. Nowadays, we tend to use filters almost everywhere on Social Media, I love VSCO because you can take a subtle approach while creating a greater picture. We are sharing a sneak peek of the NewVSCO. We’re excited to share that we’ll be rolling out a redesigned mobile app for iOS and Android, which focuses equally on both creating and discovering on the VSCO platform. Move seamlessly between a space for editing and publishing, and a space for consuming great content from the people you follow and VSCO Originals. Watch the Video New VSCO coming soon! For more information: http://vsco.co.
Kevin Russ is a photographer that gave up his everyday life and have being "road tripping" the Pacific Coast from the North till the South. Using only his iPhone, Kevin has been able to shoot quite stunning pictures during his journey. Today, we are featuring his VSCO Artist Initiative project™. Kevin partnered with VSCO Artist Initiative™ to create The Western States, a beautiful 9”x12” book full of photos he shot during his travels. Smyth Sewn with exposed binding and published by Iceland-based ODDI Printing, the book is laid out in a clean, minimalist style, and truly encapsulates the vast grandeur of the West Coast. All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to Kevin Russ All Rights to VSCO All Rights to VSCO Previously Featured On the Road with Kevin Russ: http://abduzeedo.com/road-kevin-russ Links More info about Kevin Russ VSCO Grid: http://kevinruss.vsco.co Get your hands on The Western States Book: https://www.artifactuprising.com/kevin-russ-western-states More info on the VSCO Artist Initiative: https://vsco.co/initiative