VSCO Camera started life as a film-emulsion emulator add-on to Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture. In other words, its roots are in providing tools for serious photographers. The sleek, minimal interface has few labels or icons, but it is nicely organized. In other words, you’re expected to know what you’re doing. But with the help of the rather good online tutorials (which aren’t accessible directly from the app), it doesn’t take long to understand the basics.

Photo Taking and Importing


Bottom Line

VSCO is great for editing the traditional photographic aspects of your pictures, such as exposure, sharpness and color. However, it doesn’t have the precise user control of PicsArt, or the fun tools of Instagram or Pixlr.



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