The VSCO and Lightroom settings is written under each picture. The OOC JPEG (un processed straight out of camera JPEG) is Velvia, auto white balance. All other camera JPEG settings were at 0 or medium. The picture size is reduced during export from Lightroom. The VSCO profiles apply sharpening to a varying degree, depending on the film emulation selected. I have used these VSCO's Lightroom sharpening settings, even though I prefer Nik Pro Sharpener instead of Lightroom's sharpening. I try to make these example shots of VSCO easy to replicate, just a couple of clicks. In camera white balance is used on the VSCO files too. Also, I've used Lightroom's auto tone for the raw files.
First here's an OOC JPEG:
|Straight out of camera Velvia emualted JPEG.|
|VSCO Veliva 50 with auto tone applied.|
|VSCO Velvia 50 with auto tone, no extra grain applied, Vsco blue -2 setting.|
|VSCO Veliva 50 Minus with auto tone, no extra grain applied.|
That's better I think. I like this one over the in camera JPEG anyway. Here's a few more examples. Please read the text under each picture to see the settings:
|VSCO Veliva 50 Landscape with auto tone, no extra grain aplied, Vsco Blue -2 setting.|
|VSCO Veliva 50 Landscape with auto tone, no extra grain applied.|
VSCO have a Velia 100 version also, here's an example of that:
|VSCO Velvia 100 with auto tone, no extra grain applied.|
|VSCO Veliva 50 Warm Balance with auto tone, no extra grain added.|
As always, I think the VSCO profiles gives very good starting points for your own adjustments. Sometimes they are spot on, more or less, sometimes you need to apply some extra settings to get the really good results. So far, I really like VSCO Film 04. I will put up more examples later, both of the Provia and Astia emulations... stay tuned..