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Adding a colour vignette to an image photoshop CS2/CS3


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Adding a colour vignette to an image photoshop CS2/CS3

23 Jun 2008 10:42PM   Views : 4945 Unique : 2756

Adding a coloured vignette to an image in photoshop CS2/CS3.

While holding down the alt key, click on the add new layer icon in the layers palette, (it's the icon to the left of the little bin icon) a dialogue box will then pop up, in the mode drop down menu section, change this to multiply, and put a tick in the box at the bottom that reads, fill with multiply-neutral-colour-white and click ok. Next apply your vignette to this layer, by going up to filters/distort/lens correction, and dragging the vignette slider to the left to around -16, repeat 2 or 3 times or more if you want the vignette to be darker, When that's done - go up to image/adjustments/colour balance and play around with the colour sliders until you get the colour you want. if you want the colour to be more intense, while inside the colour balance dialogue box, Under tone balance, click on shadows and highlights, and adjust the sliders for those two aswell, to the same positons as your first adjustment.

The darker the vignette, the more intense the colours will be.

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