VSCO Film 02 Review

Posted by John Keatley / Filed under Review

I have been using VSCO Film for about a year now, and I am still just as excited about it as I was when I first started using it.  Visual Supply recently released VSCO Film 02 which offers an updated list of film emulations to Film 01 as well as some improved options in the toolkit.  When I was using VSCO Film 01, I mostly used Kodak Portra 400, but in VSCO Film 02, Fuji Superia 800 – is my new go to.  VSCO Film 02 also comes with several new film options for B&W images.  I still like Kodak TRI-X 400 – for B&W, but the new Fuji Neopan 1600 and Ilford Delta emulations in Film 02 are just as good depending on the image you are working with.  I use VSCO Film 02 for all of my personal and family pictures as well as all of the behind the scenes images from our photo shoots and productions for work.  There is not really a whole lot more I feel the need to say about it.  We are talking about visual style, so you either like how it looks or you don’t.  It’s just a matter of preference, but for me personally, I am a big fan.  Below are some of my images edited with VSCO Film 02.  Check it out or buy it for yourself here.  You won’t be disappointed.

Here is the review I did on VSCO Film 01 earlier this year.

VSCO Film 02

VSCO Film review

Edited with VSCO Film.


Edited with VSCO Film


VSCO Film review




[...] UPDATE:  8/22/12 – Here is another post I just wrote with some new images I edited with VSCO Film 02. [...]

posted by John Keatley - VSCO Film Review on 11.25.12 at 12:51 am

The last three images are from the Philippines! Do you work here? :D

posted by Yu on 01.21.13 at 3:59 pm

I also noticed that!!! I’d recognize cell load signs anywhere! I just installed VSCO )1, 02 and 03, can’t wait to try it out!

posted by joselle on 05.27.13 at 5:32 am

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