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Vignette effect in PhotoShop
Old 10-17-2004, 07:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a simple way to do a vignette effect in PS? I have used the burn tool and worked my way around the image but it is a little hit and miss.
 
 
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There is a simple vignette action in the "default actions" menu. Use the elliptical marquee tool to select the image area you wish to keep. Select the vignette action and press play at the bottom of the actions menu. You will be asked to set the amount of feathering you wish to have around your subject. Press Ok and the effect will be completed. You will now have three layers. Use the Fill command to change the color of the "Fill" layer as it will be white by default. Done.

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Old 10-17-2004, 11:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
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From you post I assume you are vignetting to black. Try using the quick mask and marking the area you wish to save then open a new layer and filling the unmasked area with black. By using a separate layer once it is created you can manipulate it to your hearts content. Note: ALWAYS rename and save Any image you are going to work BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING!!! This will create a new working file and leave the original untouched just incase you goof. . . not that any of us goof but these darn computers have been known to.
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