Add a realistic off-center vignette Photoshop CC


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Adding a realistic off-center vignette

There might be times when you want to add an off center vignette to your image. Now, we know we can do this in Camera RAW, but sometimes you might have multiple layers and you want to add the vignette on top of all of them at one time. And that's what we'll do in this instance. So in order to drag out my vignette, I will tap the m key but that gives me the Rectangular Marquee tool, so if I want the Elliptical Marquee tool, I can go ahead and select that from the list. And then I want to start dragging my Marquee tool from the center, so I'm going to hold down my Option or the Alt key.

And then click, and drag out. I actually need to select the inverse, before I add my vignette. So under the select menu, I'll choose Inverse. And then, from the bottom of the layers panel, I'll click on my Adjustment Layer icon. And choose a solid color adjustment layer. Now I'm going to position my cursor in my image area, and just click in there in order to pick up a ...

Adding a realistic off-center vignette
Video duration: 3m 0s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Adding a realistic off-center vignette provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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