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VSCO presets allow you to elevate your photos quickly and easily. We’ve included fifteen of our most popular presets for free within the VSCO app, so you can start editing your images right away. From quiet and muted to vibrant and saturated, each preset produces a unique look.

M5 — Bright and warm

A crowd favorite, M5 lightens and warms the image, with a subtle rust color applied overall. Highlights are faded, thus resulting in a muted look. Colors are both deepened and desaturated, creating a strong and quiet balance.

an image with the Bright and warm M5 filter
Photo by lapetitetouche

T1 — Faded and moody

A heavily faded look that boosts contrast by strengthening deep blacks and brightening whites. Color is reduced for a mellow, moody look that is reminiscent of underexposed film.

an image with the Faded and moody T1 filter
Photo by belllarose

B5 — High contrast black & white

A high-contrast, black and white preset, B5 tends to darken the image, especially in the shadows. This preset offers an expansion of tonal differences in order to create stronger textures and intensify drama.

an image with the High Contrast Black & White B5 filter
Photo by tatahelen
an image with the High Contrast Black & White B5 filter
Photo by whatdoesthatglancemean

C1 — A vibrant look

C1 adds a lively feeling to a photo, making it one of our most popular presets ever. With its pink highlights and blue-green shadows, it resembles overexposed film. This preset has a medium-strong contrast and raises the brightness, which can gently even out skin tones.

an image with the Vibrant C1 filter
Photo by moshimoushi

G3 — Great for portraits

G3 compliments portraits taken in an array of lighting situations. For better color contrast with skin, G3 pays special attention to greens and blues.

an image of fish with the Great for Portraits G3 filter
Photo by kaylaburdette
an image of a person with the Great for Portraits G3 filter
Photo by jessifrederick

B1 — A classic black & white

A medium contrast, classic black and white preset, B1 has a very clean look with just a touch of fade to enhance the texture that black and white is so famous for.

An image with the Classic Black & White B1 filter
Photo by loretohills
An image of a person swimming with the Classic Black & White B1 filter
Photo by arirom

M3 — Moody and brown

Casting a palette of browns and light blues over the image, M3 is inspired by some of the characteristics of underexposed film. It has a moderate burnt yellow fade in the shadows, and the highlights move towards a light blue, for a more melancholy feel.

A man drawing, photo using the Moody and Brown M3 filter
Photo by fernandapzd

F2 — Faded and blue

F2 imparts a blue fade that's certainly inspired by underexposed film. Deep blacks fade towards gray for a mellow and quiet appearance, while highlights dim down just slightly.

An abstract photo using the Faded and blue F2 filter
Photo by shapes-
An abstract photo using the Faded and blue F2 filter
Photo by johnlocke

P5 — Distinctive and blue

Emulating the look of classic instant film, this preset is anything but subtle. P5 imparts a strong blue-green tint, but also emphasizes reds, creating a wonderful color contrast within the image. The blues are unpredictable, moving at times towards cyan and at times towards purple depending on their lightness.

A person working at a food stand, photo using the Distinctive and blue P5 filter
Photo by mrhuzaimi

X1 — Faded black & white

This black and white preset provides a dark and brooding edit. With its strong contrast and faded look, X1 is great for advancing the age of your image.

A photo of shells using the Faded black and white X1 filter
Photo by mariakrvmm
A photo of scribbles using the Faded black and white X1 filter
Photo by ashleydemare
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