We use VSCO film packs 01 and 02 almost exclusively for editing and processing our photos. Lately we’ve discovered that VSCO works wonders for video as well. We had been hearing so many good things about the new VSCO 04 Film pack so we decided to put together a short video to see what it would look like on some of our recent wedding footage. If you are wondering how to edit video files with VSCO it is very simple. Gather all of the clips that you want to edit and then just drag them into Lightroom (we used Lightroom 5). Please note that you will not be able to edit the photos in Develop mode…only in Library mode. After the video files are imported then just click on the Saved Preset button under Quick Develop and select VSCO Film 04. A list of all of the different presets will appear and then just select the one you want. Most presets will not look perfect once you apply it. We went through and adjusted the Exposure, Temperature, Tint, and Contrast to achieve to look we wanted. Keep in mind that these presets may add a little bit of grain to the footage but it’s a small price to pay for the looks you can achieve. We were especially impressed with the Agfa Scala preset for Black and White. It’s been hard for us to find good black and white filters that we really like for video and this one looks great. Our 2 favorite color presets are Kodak E200 and Fuji Velvia 100. Please feel free to message us with any other questions.
Nate & Lori,
None of the footage in this video is RAW.
The clips in this video are primarily shot on the Canon 5d Mark III and Canon 6D with various L Lenses.
Music: It’s not the end by Benjamin Dunn (Licensed at www.themusicbed.com)