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Portrait from a Loveshoot in Bloemendaal - VSCO Presets

I started using VSCO about a year ago for my wedding photography in Amsterdam and to be honest I struggled with them a lot. It took me a long time to learn how to use them effectively for my work. I was expecting a straight out of the box beautiful image kind of thing and couldn't explain why my images didn't look like others I had seen. Finally i saw a video of someone else's workflow and I had been on the right track all along with my experimentation. Its all in the contrast, blacks and colour sliders.  Take the two images below for example from a loveshoot I did last week. Both images are using VSCO Kodak Ektar 100 Vibrant.  The second image is horrible and dark and is what happened when i pressed the magic preset button. All I did to make it into the lovely moody first image was to increase the blacks and shadows, reduce the contrast and orange saturation.  So that is a little insight into my workflow. I hope its of interest.  Click the second image to see the full gallery. All images shot on the Sony A7rii

Kodak Ektar 100 Vibrant (tweaked)

Kodak Ektar 100 Vibrant (tweaked)

VSCO Kodak Ektar 100 Vibrant

VSCO Kodak Ektar 100 Vibrant

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Portraits & More with Ruud Vriese

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Portraits & More with Ruud Vriese

Ruud Vriese

Great new portrait sessions today with Ruud Vriese.  Ruud spends his time analysing businesses and providing them with ways to work more effectively, both internally and externally.  An expert in team training and coaching Ruud provides an invaluable service to businesses across the Netherlands that help them work better in the ever changing current market place. See www.teamsandmore.nl for more information on Ruud.

I like the photos a lot.  Feel free to push them to the next big business magazine Ruud. ;-)

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This is GREAT!

Karin wanted a portrait to convey the job of reviewer for Yelp in Amsterdam.  She says its good, that means ITS GOOD!

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