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VSCO Cam offers top notch photo processing technology, and arms you with a bevy of editing functions and filters to help you get the most from your photos. The camera function performs very well. Colors were vivid, images were sharp, whites were well balanced, and auto-exposure worked well. Webcam girls for free on ipod touch argument for favoring VSCO Cam over the native camera app is its wealth of presets and editing tools. Presets allow you to apply filters to your images, in the same way as you can with apps like Instagramfor example.
Presets can be fine-tuned using a precision slider, so you can achieve exactly the right mood and tone. There are settings for exposure, temperature, contrast, saturation, tint, shadows, and much more, which can all be set easily via a slider. There's also a smart crop tool with preset aspect ratios, and a rotate tool.
VSCO Cam also has great photo sharing features. There are options for sharing your pictures instantly via Instagram, Facebook, email, or Twitter. Clicking the 'More' option will bring up all the compatible apps installed on your device that can be used share the image messaging and chat apps, for example. The app also gives you access to the VSCO Journal, where you can get tips and check out inspirational photography taken by others.
There's also a rather half-baked Grid section, showcasing the talents of VSCO users around the world through a stream of the top photographs taken or processed with the app. It's a curated section without any kind of categorization, organization, or interaction, and there's no way of knowing how the selection process works. The minimalist, industrial-style design is stylish and attractive, even if it encroaches on the photography itself at times the viewfinder window isn't full screen, for example.
There's no introductory tutorial to show you how to get started, which would be helpful since many interface icons are not well labeled. Also, navigating backwards through the app is infuriating since the back hardware key always takes you out of the app completely. The use of sliders makes tweaking very clean and simple, and you can hold down an edited image to see its original state, which is handy.
It takes great pictures, has lots of editing tools, and looks fantastic. That said, it's in need of some improvements to make it more practical and easier to use, and it's social functions aren't a patch on Instagram's. From vivid colors to faded black and whites, the store offers the best mobile presets on the market. Not for DSLR images.
Thumbnail previews for presets only available on iPhone 5, 4s and iPod Touch 5.