VSCO Cam for iOS offers a uniquely touchable interface with useful tools and effects to make your photos pop.
VSCO Cam is excellent for editing your images with an intuitive interface and precise tools, and new syncing and Journal features make it even better.
The Grid lets you look at photos from other VSCO users curated by the VSCO team. I like the attention to the content showing big images that are easy to browse through, but I'd like to see more feedback features and ways to explore all the content.
New in version 4.0, the Journal lets you lay out your photo projects and describe the experience in a magazine-like interface.
With VSCO Cam you can bring in photos you've already taken or snap a new one. The light-table screen is where you can browse your photos and decide what you want to do with them.
With the upgraded iPad version, you can edit photos with the filters within thumbs reach on the left, and a slider to adjust the intensity on the right.
When you want to see how the filters look side by side, you can touch a grid-shaped button at the bottom, then view your image with each of the available filters.
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There are plenty of dimmable LED light bulbs, but make sure you don't buy the ones that flicker when you dial them down.