The Complete Guide to VSCO Cam Photo App

 

In this tutorial I will show you everything you need to know about VSCO Cam app, which is one of the most interesting and most innovative photo apps out there. It’s easy to use, and it offers interesting effects for both shooting and editing. You can download VSCO Cam for free.

In this video we’ll explore the camera functionality of VSCO Cam, taking a closer look at all the different shooting options and camera controls.

 

 

 

 

 

VSCO Cam is not only a great camera replacement app, but also a powerful photo editor with many convenient one-tap editing solutions. Now, most other one-tap edits are really bad and often result in terribly over-edited photos. But VSCO Cam is different and its built-in presets offer much better results.

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Emil Pakarklis

My name is Emil Pakarklis and I’m an iPhoneographer, blogger and Apple addict from Latvia. I was never an artist or a photographer. My favorite subjects in school where math and physics, and I was known to be a science nerd who only sees the […]

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