VSCO Typography Filter Recipe – Hi friends, how are you today? hopefully always healthy. On this article page we will discuss or provide a tutorial on how to edit a filter recipe on VSCO which will later be used as a typography background. For friends who are not familiar with the world of editing or are still beginners, you need to know that the editing elements added to the photo will make the photo have the impression of a certain atmosphere.
Why do we need to filter the photo before adding typography?. Editing photos before adding typography aims so that the text and photos are in sync, to make them look more unified. If the analogy is like when you want to paint on a canvas. Before painting, we need to prepare a canvas, which long before we need to go through several processes so that the initial materials can be processed into a canvas that can be made for painting. Now that we understand why we need to make changes to the photo, let’s move on to the tutorial.
How to Edit VSCO Recipes for Typography Background
- Enter the VSCO Application, then Import the image you want to edit.
- Then in the preset menu select filter a5 with a filter thickness level of +12.0 (maximum).
- After that, go to the adjustment menu and apply as shown below:
– Exposure: approx. -0.6
– Contrast: approximately -2.4
– White Balance : Temperature (-0.2), Color (+2.0)
For HSL we don’t need to change anything, but if you want to change or slightly adjust then you can change the HSL (Optional). Please note, the photo above may be suitable to be applied to nature photos, cafes, or other places that have sufficient lighting levels, or have bright themes. The results of the application of the filter above are as follows:
If it’s like that, then you can immediately add typography text as you wish. So that you don’t have to edit it manually, we recommend you to use Canva. An example of the typography can be seen in the image below:
Well, that’s all the information we can convey. Hopefully the information and tutorials that we provide are useful, thank you, see you in the next tutorial~