Removing the Vignette effect


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Removing the Vignette effect

Earlier, I talked about the Vignette tool in Aperture, which is a creative tool that allows us to really focus our attention on the center of the frame. But there is also a Devignette tool in Aperture. That's a correction tool, because sometimes when we take pictures, if we have a Filter that's a little too thick, or if we have a lense hood that maybe isn't properly fitted to the lens, what we can get is a little darkening in the corners of our shots.

I think we've all seen that, and that is called vignetting. In that case, especially on a landscape or something, we may not want that. So, there is a correction tool in Aperture that allows us to fix that. So, we're going to go over to Adjustments, and now we're going to go Devignette. So, this is th tool that allows us to fix it. It works very much like the Vignette tool, only sort of in reverse. So, you have the Radius. So, now we're moving out, whereas the Vignette tool we moved in.

We brought the darkness in ...

Removing the Vignette effect
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Removing the Vignette effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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