Not only do the edited images sync, it’s the non-destructive edits.
Meaning, you can edit an image on your i Pad, save it, sync it, open it up on the i Phone, and revert it back to the original version. There are, however, a few things I’d love to see added to the app: Right now, there is no way to apply the same edits to a batch of photos.
The layout of the i Pad interface is different than the i Phone’s.
It’d be awesome to have that same functionality in VSCO Cam.
And, curiously, there is not yet a share extension for i OS 8. It means you can’t make VSCO edits to your photos without first importing them into the VSCO Cam Library.
Aside from my lenses and my own eye, VSCO is one of the most important aspects to my photography workflow and style.
All that said, I’ve written below some of my first impressions of the new VSCO Cam app for i Pad and what’s good and bad about the app.This way you can operate the app somewhat like a game — using your thumbs to navigate the controls on both the left and right sides as you move around the app, editing images, uploading them, etc.