Add vignettes and border effects Photoshop CC (2013)


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Adding vignettes and border effects

In order to keep the viewer's eye within the image, it can be helpful to darken down the edges of a photograph. Let's select the MountainLight image, and then use Cmd+R or Ctrl+R on Windows, in order to open it in Camera Raw. In order to add a postcrop vignette, we'll scoot go over to the effects panel and then you'll notice there are three different styles of vignetting. There is Highlight Priority, Color Priority and Paint Priority. I think the most common option is the Color Priority. But let's take a look at Highlight Priority first. When I drag my Amount Slider over to the left, we are going to be darkening down the edges of my image. The highlight priority enables highlight recovery in bright areas like specular highlights.

But, it can lead to certain shifts in the darkened areas of the image. And for that reason I typically choose the color priority instead. Now the color priority can't recover your highlights, but I don't tend to get as ...

Adding vignettes and border effects
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Adding vignettes and border effects 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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