Add a lightening vignette Photoshop


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Adding a lightening vignette

I'm feeling pretty good about the adjustments I've applied to this image so far. I have a little bit of a subtle sepia tone effect that is part of my black and white conversion and I've also sort of faded the image a little bit, but I'd like to take that fading just a little bit further by applying a lightening to the edges of this image. I can use the lens correction filter for that purpose. And, since I only have a single image layer in this particular photo, I can just create a copy of that image layer, and work from that. So, I'll click on the thumbnail for my image layer and drag it down to the Create New Layer button, the black sheet of paper icon at the bottom of the layers panel, I'll then rename that duplicate layer so I know why it's here to do so.

I'll simply double click on the name of the layer and then I'll type vignette in this case, and then press enter or return on the keyboard in order to apply that change. Then I'll go to the filter menu a...

Adding a lightening vignette
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Adding a lightening vignette provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Artist in Action: Tim Grey's Photo Optimization Techniques

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