HOW TO USE ALL VSCO X FILTERS FOR FREE
So, I am really excited about today’s post because one of my regular “research day” turn out to be a great day. I mean, I actually dedicate time every now and then to focus on doing some reaserch about how to be a better blogger. Yes, I do but ask me if I am that serious with my studies (Let skip that, we aren’t here to talk about my studies).
Today’s topic is focus around VSCO editing app. I will assume you already know about the app but you don’t? What are you doing? Get yourself on VSCO like ASAP. Moving on, I know paying for filters/presets aren’t “that expensive” but some of us like free stuff, I mean who doesn’t? especially with apps because there is always something new everyday. So, just imagine we have to pay for everything.
Enough of the rambling but the other I actually found out how one can use all VSCO X filters for free without actually paying for it + I found an Instagram page that shares different type of VSCO editing style with full details of how you can recreate the same image [Details of how high or low the contrast, highlight, grain etc] which comes in really handy especially when you can’t decide what theme you want to go for yet. Oh, have you also wondered how your favorite blogger with the lovely theme gets a very cohesive finish editing look? I think I am late on this but I found out how you can just copy and paste the same editing over every of your pictures. Once you edit one, you will litterally spend less than 5 seconds to get exact editing on another picture and that there is what will make your Instagram page look so consistent.
So, let’s get straight into it. To get a full details and step-by-step guide + Instagram inspiration platform for different editing + how to get same editing trick in less than 5 seconds on all your images straight in your email, just click the link below.
Yasss thanks for this 💕💕💕💕! The way you research have you ever considered become an FBI agent ? 💕😂😂😂😂😂
AHAHAHAHAH……Jennifer won’t kill me o….That was my dream job as a child
why did you write ‘fee apply’ beneath the picture when you already started with ‘how to get it for free’? isnt that contradictory?
No, it isn’t. You can get the filters/presets for free on VSCO however, you paid to access the tips and guide!