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redpixel

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how does one recreate the vignette-like effect shown in this photo?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/21304772@N06/3005129037

thanks!
one way is to use the lasso tool to select the vignette area that you want, invert the selection, create a new levels adjustment layer, then adjust the middle (grey) arrow to the right until you get the desired results. :)
 

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one way is to use the lasso tool to select the vignette area that you want, invert the selection, create a new levels adjustment layer, then adjust the middle (grey) arrow to the right until you get the desired results. :)
i've just tried the method but the edge where the different levels intersect looks hard and unrealistic, i'm not sure if i'm doing it right, could you whip up a photo with such using the above mentioned method as a sample? thanks!
 

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For a faster way if you are using CS3, use the lens correction- vignetting control.
 

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i've just tried the method but the edge where the different levels intersect looks hard and unrealistic, i'm not sure if i'm doing it right, could you whip up a photo with such using the above mentioned method as a sample? thanks!
maybe you can try this too: http://www.digiretus.com/tippek/cikkiro.php?SORSZAM=101
 

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i've just tried the method but the edge where the different levels intersect looks hard and unrealistic, i'm not sure if i'm doing it right, could you whip up a photo with such using the above mentioned method as a sample? thanks!
Use feather tool:)
 

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