As a photographer my favorite season to shoot in is Fall. The weather is perfect for outdoor portrait sessions and the amazing autumn color palette you get to work with in your photos. So I thought I would share a VSCO Cam formula you can use on your photos to give them a nice Fall look.
First load the image you would like to edit into VSCO CAM.
Find a preset you feel looks Fall-ish to you. I'll be using F1 because it really makes the oranges in the pumpkin cookies pop and those are the main focus in my photo.
After choosing your filter click into the editing features and select the Highlight tab. Boost that up to +6.
Next, find the Saturation tab and take that down to -1 to help tone down the colors we increased in the Highlights tab.
Next find the Fade tab and take that up to +9.
Head over to the Tint tab and increase that to +3.
In the Temp. tab inrease this to +1 to warm up other colors in the photo.
Find the Shadows Tint tab and set it to Red. Then go into the Shadows Red tab and take it down to +5.
Finally, find the Highlights Tint tab and click Cream. Then go into the Highlights Cream tab and set it to +4.
And there you have a nice little Fall edit for all your Fall photos. Thank you for taking the time to read my post and come find me on Instagram to see some of my Fall photos, @moreboom7.
Have a great day!