Social network and photography app for iPhone
Visual Supply Company is a renowned image technology firm that has created presets for Adobe's photo editing software of the likes of Lightroom and Photoshop. They have also developed their own photography application for iPhone called VSCO Cam, which allows us to edit and enhance images with native presets, as well as offering the users a social network where they can share all their projects.
Another concept of social network and editing
VSCO's camera doesn't intend to redefine an image with its tools. Its intention is to complement the image obtained with other elements offered to the user through its presets. With the latter, we can apply filters or adjust certain parameters such as the exposure or color.
In turn, it also offers us a social network with a different philosophy to what we're used to. Here, unlike on Instagram and other similar platforms, the number of followers of a user isn't public, and neither are there are any likes or comments to magnify the photographer's ego. Therefore, the interest to follow and share is real, without any other intentions.
An excellent design and enhancement tool.
Here, you can get in touch with users from all over the world that show their talent and that can help you to search for inspiration when it comes to publishing photos.
These are the main features of this application:
- Presets that can be adjusted by means of the Precision Slider.
- Comparison between edited and original images.
- Customize how you browse through the image gallery.
- Easily check image data such as geolocation, date or presets used.
- Access to the social network.
The application offers its users a series of functions and presets free of charge. Nevertheless, you can expand the range of options by means of an annual subscription that provides you with more filters and settings to edit your photos.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: iOS 13.0.
- Compatible with:
- iPod touch
- Offers in-app purchases.
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