I was photoshopping before I got psycho about photography. And over the years I've carved out a good work flow between photoshop and photography (I thought). More recently, fellow photographers have tried to get me onboard with Lightroom. That was a couple years ago, and I have yet been able to catch on. More recently, I've been more mobile with my editing work (couch-surfing and cafe-crawling) and have increasingly been feeling like the photography/photoshop is a little more cumbersome than I like while on the move. I'm definitely yearning for more (more shooting time/less editing time).
Enter VSCO. I'm a fan of VSCO for my mobile phone camera shots. And VSCO's Film 00 series for Lr is a good time for me to give it a second chance, with photos taken with my DSLR.
Here's a shoot with new friend, Christie. I shot mostly film for the day, but took some digital shots and rendered them through VSCO Film + Lr for kicks.
Here's one mimicking Kodak Tri-X - one of my favorite films. I think it looks pretty good.
Here's one that's supposed to be Kodak 100. Basic. Good thing Christie looks great. Would love to see the Portra versions of VSCO, but you have to pay for that VSCO Film Package. (HOOK IT UP, VSCO!) Will have to play around more of the individual developer functions to get the right film look, in the meantime.
I'll post a few more examples here in the next couple days.
Also, be sure to check-out the website in a couple weeks for the ACTUAL film shots from this photoshoot.
Hair/MU: Florence Pacho (Pikku Salon)
Jacket: Score Footwear
Jeans: Luxury Death Machine
Shoes: Martin Margiela