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Four Easy Ways On How-To Create A Vignette In Adobe Photoshop - Photoshop Elements

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How To Create A Vignette In Photoshop Elements

For those who are using Photoshop Elements, you actually have a really quick way to add a vignette to an image via the Guided Edits panel. All you need to do is click on 'Guided' from the top menu and select 'Vignette Effect' (Elements 11 and newer). 


Guided Edit Elements

Guided Edit Elements


When the new window opens, there are options for choosing the vignette's colour as well the intensity and shape of it. The tool is really easy to use and once you're happy with the look of your image, click 'next' and then hit 'save'. 


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JackAllTog Plus
11 6.1k 58 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 5:46PM
A much better set of tools - than just add vignette Smile
9 May 2016 7:50AM
Bokeh is amazing! Can i know the lens you used?
9 May 2016 8:47AM

Quote:Bokeh is amazing! Can i know the lens you used?

It was the Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
bricurtis Plus
15 2.3k 50 England
11 May 2016 11:40AM
Just an observation with Marquee selection info.

Quote:To create the vignette you can make a Brightness / Contrast adjustment and simply drag the brightness slider to the right to darken the selection or the opposite way for a light vignette.

The brightness slider actually works in the opposite direction.Smile drag left to darken.

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