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VSCO FILM® 07 & Ricoh GR

Kodak Ektachrome 64 ++

VSCO Film 07 is here. This time around, we have 'Eclectic' - a bunch of rare classics, most of which are no longer in production. VSCO reckons they're good for portraiture, night photography and architecture. Morgan & I took to the streets to see how it works for our stuff.

Agfa Optima 100 II

Agfa Portrait XPS 160

Nice indeed, I'm really enjoying this pack. There is enough variety here that makes it worth the purchase, especially with the launch discount and stackable loyalty discount if you've purchased any one of their film packs before. Even still, VSCO packs are never cheap, and if you're wanting to get a good idea of the power of these presets and how easy they are to use, the new VSCO Film 00 is a FREE starter pack from VSCO - It has both Kodak Tri-X and Kodak Gold 100. Back in the day, thats almost all one would need, so give it a crack - it's got more than just two presets, with all the variants you would expect (Kodak Tri-X 400 ++ anyone? :p )


  1. Does VSCO Film have presets specifically for the Ricoh GR?

  2. No they do not, I use the 'Standard' Group set which are included as part of the package.


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