VSCO

News and information about VSCO software and products. VSCO, originally Visual Supply Company, was founded in California in 2011 and became popular in the photography industry for its high-quality filters that gave digital photos the simulated look of classic film stocks. VSCO eventually branched out to launch mobile photography apps for iOS and Android as well as a dedicated photo-sharing social network.

VSCO Cam 4.0 Was Built for iPads, Features a Better Editing Workflow and Photo Essays

Visual Supply Co. today joins the many companies that have already jumped on the iPad bandwagon with VSCO Cam 4.0: a new version of the company's very popular photo taking, editing and sharing application that touts several noteworthy enhancements and compatibility with the iPad's bigger screen.

The update also comes alongside the new web uploader that lets you upload high-res files without having to get those photos onto a phone first.

Visual Supply Co. Shows Off Its Upcoming Narrative Platform, VSCO Journal

Visual Supply Co., affectionately referred to as VSCO, has announced VSCO Journal, a free, minimal platform that allows artists to use photos, video and text to share their narratives to the world. Currently in private beta, it’s not yet available for the masses, but VSCO is being a tease and giving us a nice little close-up of what to expect.

VSCO Gets a Massive $40M Investment to Build Out Its Photo Community

Known most for their film emulation presets, mobile app, and creative network, Visual Supply Co. has taken the photography world by storm since their inception in March of 2011. Releasing VSCO Film, VSCO Keys, VSCO Cam, VSCO Grid, and their VSCO Journal, they’ve shown that they aren’t only a company looking to sell products – they’re a company striving to build an entire community by creating and establishing effective resources for photographers.

And as of today, there’s proof in the form of dollars that others believe in their endeavors. $40 million dollars worth of belief to be precise.

VSCO Launches Film 04 to Help Photogs Emulate the Look of Slide Film

VSCO is expanding its popular line of film emulation presets/profiles yet again. The company has announced Film 04, a new pack of emulators that help photographers recreate the look of various slide film stocks in digital photos. It's "the most authentic film emulation available," the company says.

Visual Supply Co Officially Releases the New VSCO Cam and VSCO Grid

Visual Supply Co has been teasing the release of its new VSCO Cam and Grid apps for a couple of weeks now, and the wait is finally over. Released yesterday as an entirely new (and entirely free) app, VSCO claims that the new iOS camera app yields images more "elegant" and "stunning" than have ever been possible out of a mobile platform before.

Meet VSCO Grid: A Publishing Network Focused on ‘Craft, Curation and Content’

Visual Supply Co is trying very hard to get people excited about the new and innovative products it has up its sleeve.

We've already shared the company's recent teaser for the new, completely free VSCO Cam -- a revamped version of the $1 iOS app that promises many improvements -- and now, VSCO is giving fans a closer look at one of those improvements with a new announcement, this one for an app called VSCO Grid that will integrate seamlessly with VSCO Cam.

VSCO Teases Exciting New Version of Its Camera App, and This One Will Be Free

Visual Supply Co, the people behind the film emulation software VSCO Film and the $1 iOS app VSCO Cam, have taken to the interwebz to tease an upcoming version of the latter that has many smartphone photography junkies excited. The new VSCO Cam will come with an all new interface and, according to them, "represents major advancements in mobile photography image processing." Oh, and by the by, this one'll be free.

VSCO Film 03 is Like a Desktop Instagram for Pro Photographers

Film emulation software company VSCO has added another offering to its lineup of Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw plugins. VSCO Film offers the same high-end film emulation power as Film 01 and 02, except it's designed for mimicking the look of instant films rather than standard color and black-and-white film stocks.

VSCO Keys Speeds Up Your Lightroom Workflow with Keyboard Shortcuts

Visual Supply Co (AKA VSCO), best known for its film emulation software, has launched a new product that's designed to reduce the time you spend post-processing your images in Adobe Lightroom. VSCO Keys is a tool that adds powerful and customizable keyboard shortcuts to Lightroom 3 and 4. You can assign keys to the various sliders in the program, allowing you to keep your hands off your mouse during photo editing.

Giving Away Two Copies of VSCO Film for Giving Digital the Look of Film

Update: This giveaway is now over. The winner was randomly selected and announced below.

VSCO Film has been getting a good amount of attention recently, with professional photographers saying that the software indeed makes digital photographs look like they were shot with a film camera. Today we're going to be giving away two copies of VSCO Film Studio 01 worth $199 each! This package has ACR and Lightroom presets designed specifically for Canon and Nikon cameras, in addition to the universal ones. You can watch a video intro of the software here.