Using the Vignette effect


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Using the Vignette effect

I want to talk a little bit about the Vignette control that we have in Aperture 3. And I would consider this a creative adjustment, but it's one that comes in very handy, especially for portraits. So, let me show how this works. We are going to work with Bonnie on this one here. So, we'll go to full-screen mode with Bonnie, and I think I am going to - yeah, we'll pick this shot here. So, I'll just hit the V key, and that brings me into a nice, Full-screen view of this shot. And then I am going to hit the H key. That will bring up our heads up display.

Now the Vignette brick is not part of the default adjustment set, so we have to go through the Adjustments pop-up window, and we'll go all the way down here to Vignette, and we will add it. Well I think the easiest way to explain Vignette is to actually show you, and then we will fine-tune it a little bit. So, what Vignette does is it actually darkens the corners of the image and you can control both the Radius of that and ...

Using the Vignette effect
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Using 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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