Many people asked me how I am editing my pictures and I decided to make a post about my picture processing on Instagram.
I'm not a fan of concealing how I edit my photos, for fear someone could steal my "Signature Look"
I mainly use 3 apps to edit my pictures:
VSCO Cam, Snapseed and Instagram.
In this post will be some small
step by step instructions.
By the way I also answer the related questions.
All apps I use are free, although they are in-app purchases but I do not use them.
This whole thing may be too exaggerated and
it is not a must for everyone.
You can do it as you want.
For years my unbeaten favorite app!
In my opinion VSCO got simply the most beautiful filter (or does someone knows a better one?).
Until some time ago I have always used the "F2" filter, which I now strangely do not like.
Now I take mostly M3 and mix it sometimes with
G3, M5 and in between I use A6.
The strength of each filter can be fortunately regulated and even better: one can copy the processing of a photo and place it directly over a next photo.
Absolutely time-saving and provides a single look!
With VSCO you can also edit brightness, contrast, sharpness etc but I use the app almost exclusively because of the filters.
I’m using this app since last month.
The app was especially useful for the holiday photos, because you can make a really good part processing - especially if you are terribly perfectionist.
I'll show you an example later.
You can also change the whole game with brightness, contrast etc., cut and filter but as I said I use 98% only to edit the subspaces.
The One and Only!
Where else can you share his pictures better?
I totally loved the Valencia filter but today I’m not using any filter of Instagram.
What I use there, is the editing such as Lux (balanced brightness & contrast), structure and color.
You can see all my used functions in the examples, which hopefully make you a little more understandable.
Arrived at Snapseed I select the brush in the tools HERE you can simply "paint" the area to be edited.
All in all you can choose between brightness, exposure, temperature and saturation.
The first step here was the temperature.
I have the entire front rock front with the paintbrush (the strength can be adjusted by the way as needed).
Since the whole of the color is still too much "lit", I have in the area, also with the brush, the saturation down,
so that it looks more natural.
WHAT I MOSTLY CARE ABOUT:
I'm more a fan of cloudy sky because I don‘t like shadows on my photos.
Unified profile by filter
I mostly follow accounts that have a lot of different photos but still have a single look.
Just like my profile (I hope at least!).
This is great if you use the same or similar filters over and over again.
Of course you could also be quite meticulous and also look at similar colors in the photos.
I hope this post could help you a little bit and gave you more insight into my photos.
Please leave me a feedback in the comments and if you are interested in posts of this kind, please let me know with a suggestion. ♥