Digital will never replace film, so let’s not get into that. However, I’m always on the look-out for software that can make digital files less sterile looking and…digital. I think I may have found it with VSCO FILM, it’s superb. I haven’t really done much research on the software, as long as it works, I’m happy, but the developers apparently scanned actual film emulsions to get a real grain look. I think it works. Very well.
All the images here were made using a Fuji X-Pro1 digital camera. For anyone using this software, the key to getting good images is to under expose by 1 stop, even more in scenes with a lot of highlight area.