by Julieanne Kost

 Comments (3)

Created

April 4, 2013

When applying a Post Crop Vignette in Lightroom and/or Camera Raw, don’t forget that you can use the Highlight slider to suppress the vignette from being added in the highlights of the image. This can help keep brighter values in the vignetted area from looking muddy.

Also, when cropping an image and adding a Post Crop vignette, I prefer to first use the Lens Correction panel to remove any vignetting caused by the lens. Removing the lens vignetting (especially if the image is cropped so that part of the lens vignette is cut off) will result in a more even looking Post Crop Vignette.

COMMENTS

  • By Daniel thomassin - 2:22 PM on April 5, 2013  

    Merci beaucoup pour le conseil.
    BON WEEKEND à vous et vos collègues .

    Dan

  • By ed pouso - 1:33 PM on April 11, 2013  

    I like using vignettes in lightroom but its always centered is there away to offset the vignette?

    • By Julieanne Kost - 9:18 AM on April 14, 2013  

      No, the Post Crop Vignetting is centered to the crop.