Top 5 VSCO Filters

Happy Fridayyyy- this week has felt pretty productive, I started working on two projects I can't wait to share with you guys soon and hopefully will help you more in your journey with starting or maintaining your own blog.

That being said, I was inspired to keep this week's FriYAY Faves more blogging related, but Instagram filters are also great even if you don't have a blog and just want to get ideas for your personal account. Using the same range of filters really helps keep your feed consistent.

I use a combo of VSCO, Snapseed and Instagram editing tools to edit my photos and here are my top 5 favorite presets in VSCO in particular (if you don't have the VSCO app yet… you can download HERE):


I usually always use this one for any full body/overhead shots, it usually keeps my skin tone not too orangey.



I use this for food shots or anytime I want more of a white pop.



Reddish vibes a bit so I love this one when I want to accentuate a brick wall or red tones to pop (although still muted).



This has more of a bluish tone and it's great for muting a bright green or blue and making it darker.



Anytime I want a moody darker look overall.


Like I said earlier, I don't use VSCO exclusively but it's the first app I start editing with and I'm usually starting with one of these five!

Have an amazing weeeeekend :)

xx Brittany

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    1. Brittany February 26, 2016 at 10:08 am

      Hi Esraa!

      Yes if you don’t own the filter presets listed above you would need to purchase them via your VSCO app.

  1. Anelsy February 26, 2016 at 10:02 am

    I really really liked it 🤓 I’m usually using VSCO, it is a great app-editing. Thank youuu❤️

  2. Selina February 26, 2016 at 10:41 am

    Thanks for sharing! I find VSCO difficult to use, but I love the picture edits. Do you take your pictures on the VSCO cam or import your camera roll to edit?

    1. Richard October 22, 2016 at 9:06 am

      Well its get more easy after you push your self to keep the app but lucky we have Youtube and you can always find tips or tutorials there. But its best to shoot the photo’s with your main camera app and then later import them into vesco or polarr photo editor.

  3. Erin February 26, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    Love it! S2 and A6 and some of my go-to’s also! Always like seeing what other people use so thanks for sharing. xo, Erin |

  4. Meg February 27, 2016 at 4:23 am

    Oh, how I love VSCO. I try to use the same couple, but only succeed on occasion as I end up going with the flow depending on the image!

  5. Elizabeth T. February 27, 2016 at 9:49 am

    I’ve used VSCO for awhile now too, and I really love the effect that it has on my photos <3 :) Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful tips/tricks! Hahaha I'm always so wishy-washy with my filter choices!

    XO, Elizabeth

  6. pear February 27, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    This is such a helpful post! Thanks for sharing your tips – definitely want to use VSCO more often!


  7. Lisa April 3, 2016 at 11:03 am

    I cannot wait to give these a try!


  8. Rivka Amir February 5, 2017 at 8:27 am

    Love this section of tips.. I have recently started my own fashion blog, and i find your tips very helpful…. beside the point that your blog is an inspiration.
    Thank you xx

  9. Ariea April 18, 2017 at 9:18 pm

    I can’t find the A6 preset. )-:

  10. Tarryn Candice Els April 26, 2017 at 5:25 am

    Thank you for sharing your fav presets!

    Do you mind explaining how you adjust you exposure, contrast, saturation, tint, temperature etc…

    Thank you for always inspiring B



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