In this video I’m showing you 3 ways to add a BETTER vignette in Photoshop than what the actual vignette tool gives you.
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A vignette happens naturally in camera when the corners of a photo are darker than the middle. Sometimes this can add a bit of creative flair to an image because it draws the viewers attention towards the main subject in the centre, and it’s become a popular effect to add into a photo in Photoshop.
The problem is, it often gets over-used or wrongly applied and simply put, it creates an obvious dark circle around photos and to me just looks ugly.
So I’m about to show you three subtler ways to create the effect of a vignette without creating the horrible black circle the regular tool creates.
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Video originally published here: https://youtu.be/5lBknmzdCcM