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VSCO Cam adds Collections to curate photos from other users

Billy Steele
July 28, 2015
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VSCO Cam has offered some community features powered by its Grid tool on top of its regular photo-editing chops for some time now. Today, though, the company added a new way to interact with your fellow VSCO snapshot enthusiasts. With updates to both the iOS and Android apps, VSCO Cam delivered Collections: a feature that allows you to curate your favorite photos from other users. Grid provides a place to share your images in a minimalist format for all to see, but with Collections VSCO pulls in snapshots you like from other photographers to build a separate library. When you're scrolling through the photos in Search or Explore, simply double tap to save one before publishing it to your Collection.

You'll have the option to review the images you've selected before doing so, just in case you need to make some last-minute adjustments. If someone selects one of your photos for their Collection, you'll receive a notification and you'll have the option to remove it if you'd like. Updates for both Android and iOS are available now via Google Play and iTunes, respectively. And if you need a step-by-step tutorial, you can peruse that right here.

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