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5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop

Vignetting can be achieved manually depending on your lens, but sometimes we decide to add a vignetting after our shoot. Adding a vignette can often develop a stronger sense of the subject. So, how do we do it?

1. Open your image in Photoshop.

5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop

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2. Make a new layer.

3. Grab a soft paintbrush at a very large diameter with a fill around %20.

4. Change your layer effect to “Multiply”.

5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop

5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop

5. Paint around your photo.

5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop

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2 responses to “5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop”

  1. […] people just use a solid black brush that really ruins the photo… here's a more realistic way: 5 Quick Vignette Steps In Photoshop | Rule of Thirds Photography Other options are selecting the corners and feathering, then changing exposure, but with my way […]

  2. Vesa says:

    I use the same method but I paint with 100% brush opacity and later adjust the layer opacity to suit my needs. I also use Soft Light blending mode instead of multiply.

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