Adding a vignette effect


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Adding a vignette effect

Sometimes as photographers, we might get a little frustrated about Vignetting photos when the corners appear darker than we'd like them to caused by light fall off in the lens. But in other cases, we might actually want to add a Vignetting effect and that's where the Post-Crop Vignetting comes into play. We can compensate for Lens Vignetting with Lens Correction Adjustment but if we want to apply a Vignetting as a creative effect, we'll want to use the Post-Crop Vignetting. That makes sure that the Vignette effect happens inside the cropped area of the photo, not always out at the edges the way it does with the Lens Corrections Adjustment.

Let's go ahead and scroll down on the right panel in the Develop Module so we can get to the Effects section and there, we'll find the Post-Crop Vignetting controls. We'll start off by adjusting the amount. We can move the slider over to the right if we want to brighten the edges of the photo or to the left if we w...

Adding a vignette effect
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Adding a vignette effect provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Lightroom 4 Image Optimization Workshop

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