Do you struggle to create a cohesive Instagram feed?
Try out these 4 VSCO recpies to create custom looks for your theme
Q3/Alchemy +12.0, Shadows +1.5, Highlights +12.0, Temperature +0.4, Tint +1.0, Saturation -6.0, Clarity +1.8
This type of editing is good for all types of photos to give them a dark, mood and PNW vibe. The desaturated editing style is currently very popular, but keep in mind all trends end eventually and your photos might start to look dated after a few months.
G4/Cool Portrait Exposure +12.0, Temperature -0.5, Tint -0.5, Saturation +0.5, Sharpen +5.0, Grain +3.0
This type of editing is good for darker images and landscapes -- also images with lots of green and contrasting colors. Just be careful when using it on photos with a lot of highlights (like the bottom right) because the blue cast will be very obvious.
K3/Analog Classic +12.0, Exposure +1.0, Contrast -1.0, Temperature +2.0, Tint +2.1, Saturation +0.5, Clarity +1.0, Highlights Tint (red) +4.0 Shadows Tint (green) +3.0
A very warm, feminine recipe inspired from rose gold. This plays off the pink highlights/green shadows that have been popular recently. Good for all types of images especially with a lot of bare wood and earthy tones.
L8/Beach +12.0, Exposure +1.5, Shadows +4.0, Saturation +0.5, Sharpen +4.0, Clarity +3.0
Another more feminine preset, that creates a sunny and warm vibe. Great to use on photos with darker blue tones and vibrant greens.