Lens Vignette


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Lens Vignette

The vignette effect, or a darkening of the edges of an image, will occur naturally with a variety of lenses, especially wide angle lenses for example. But we can also add an vignette effect to our images if we would like. And that can actually really help to frame up the overall image. Essentially creating something of a border. To help keep the viewers eye inside the image as it were. So, let's take a look at how we can add a vignette effect to an image. Over on the right panel I'll click on the lens vignette header in order to expand the available controls for vignetting.

And we'll start off with the amount slider. If I increase the value for vignette, you'll see that I'm brightening the edges of the photo. And if I decrease the value, you'll see that I'm darkening the edges of the photo. I can then adjust the overall shape and size of the effect. I'll start off with a relatively exaggerated effect just so that we can better see what's going on with the image. And...

Lens Vignette
Video duration: 4m 34s 1h 5m Intermediate

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Lens Vignette provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Learning Analog Efex Pro

Subject:
Photography
Software:
Analog Efex Pro
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