How to Add a vignette Photoshop


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Adding a vignette

I'm pretty happy with this overall image of the Brooklyn Bridge. In the raw conversion process, I had to pay careful attention to some chromatic aberrations and color fringing in the image. But overall there wasn't too much work to be done and it's looking pretty good I think. But one thing that I would like to do in order to help frame up the image a little bit is to add a vignette effect. In essence, the image doesn't feel bookended. It doesn't feel like there is a beginning and end necessarily. The tower over the Brooklyn Bridge over on the left side certainly helps to add a framing element, as do the set of towers over on the far right side of the image.

But, I still think a vignette can really help to sort of close off this image a little bit. And so, I am going to apply a vignette effect. I could have, in theory, created that effect in Adobe Camera Raw, except then I later applied a cropping to the image. In theory, I could also use the lens correction filter. But doing th...

Adding a vignette
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Adding a 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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