Radial filter tips


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Radial filter tips

Let's continue to take a look at how we can use the radial filter in order to correct or enhance our photographs and in particular with this photograph, what I want to do is take a look at how we can use the filter in order to darken the edges, in order to create a bit of a vignette effect. This is a portrait that I captured of Angus Stone, a famous musician. I like the portrait but I just wish those edges where a bit darker. Let's take a look at how we can do that using the radial filter. Press Shift+M to select the radial filter or click on the circle icon here in the tool strip.

When you open up the radial filter you may encounter that the sliders are in positions which you don't really like or want. You can always reset the sliders by double-clicking on the icon here or if you hold down the Opt key on a Mac, or Alt on Windows, that will change the word Effect into Reset, click on that and it will reset all the sliders back to their default zero settings. What kind of e...

Radial filter tips
Video duration: 4m 29s 2h 28m Intermediate Updated Apr 08, 2014

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Radial filter tips provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 5 New Features

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Photography
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