There’s several ways to make vignettes using Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop but Richard Harrington has a better brand new way.
by Eric Renno
I confess, I’ve never changed the white balance settings on my camera, in fact, after I recorded this video I thought I’d look and see where to change them and it took me a lot longer than it should of!…
by Eric Renno
In this video I take a look at the old and new vignette settings in Adobe Camera Raw.
Previously designed to remove unwanted vignettes from images they have become part of the artistic toolbox of the photographer.
by David Asch
In this tutorial I’m taking a break from my usual Photoshop Elements techniques and instead, switching to Lightroom 3; where I’ll be demonstrating how to convert a modern colour image into a low-quality vintage photo.
We’ll be using a variety of features found in the Develop module to desaturate and soften the image, add grain and a rounded border, and finally create a preset enabling us to apply the effect on different images with the click of a mouse.
For a prior tutorial, I demonstrated how to create a vignette effect around the subject of a photograph, using Lightroom 3. Today we’ll take a look at a subtly different technique, which is to create a “soft focus vignette”…
For this tutorial we take a look at how the Post-Crop Vignette feature in Lightroom 3 helps us to add a bit of style to the image, but more importantly, it also helps to direct the viewer’s focus towards the…
Vignettes are a bit of a Marmite addition to an image, you either love them or hate them. However, if used carefully they can be a useful tool to help lead the viewer’s eye to an area of a photograph.…
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