I'm VSCO Do That!
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This blog entry may seem narcissistic of me but there's a purpose for it all. 

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I'm passionate in all assortment of artistic ventures. You'll soon find out as you stay tuned with my site/blog.

Today I wanted to show you through my pictures my photo editing skills and how they can affect the mood of a photo.

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All these photos just happened to gather the right amount of colors, shapes, shades, lines, and curves to make a picture.

Really without it, it would just be black, non existent. 

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Ever since MySpace days I've always enjoyed editing photos.  I became an editing savvy as I became more concerned about the image of my MySpace page lol. Whoever had Picassa on their computer knows. But it wasn't until I got an iPhone that I started to edit a considerable amount again. 

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I've left these series of photos for you to enjoy and see the differences in their outcome.

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cool tones (above photo)  VS warm tones (below photo)

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If you're interested in what I've used to edit these photos keep scrolling I'll let you know.

If you were paying attention that was the first thing I shared!

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Did you guess what editing source I use?

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That's right! It is VSCO. It is Downloadable through the App Store or Google Play.

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At last you've made it to the end! This photo has the least dramatic editing, or hardly any editing at all. I tried to stay true to it's original tints and shade while staying true to the scenery. I just made it slightly crisp, and clear.