In Lightroom, Videos by Diana KMarch 12, 201833 Comments
In this video we’ll look at the little-known and more advanced settings inside of Lightroom and Photoshop’s (Camera Raw) Vignette Effects.
Thanks Matt, that was good information covering something I had never even though about.
I have learned a lot from you over the years. Thanks for all the great info.
Thank you Matt. I use vignette quite often but never really toyed with the priority settings. I will have to try them on my photos.
Thanks. Never noticed those choices before.
I appreciate the information. I now have some insights into the use of the vignette sliders that I haven’t used before.
Thanks Matt!! I never knew that existed. Love your educational sessions!!
Matt I’m using Lightroom CC and I don’t see these additional setting. Are they there or not?
Hi Ann. They are not in Lightroom CC. Classic only.
Thanks a lot. I learn something new every time I watch one of your videos. Would like to see more teaching on ON1 and Affinity photo
Thanks, Matt. I had never paid attention to those little arrows in effects, though I do use vignetting frequently. This was so helpful and well described.
Thanks Matt. I really learned a lot from your video on vignetting..
Matt, I had seen the post crop and vignetting option for a long time but didn’t quite understand it and did not take the time to search it out. Your video had opened that door for me now. I did subscribe to your basic course on Lightroom and I do recommend that too even if someone is self trained and consider themselves advanced beginner or intermediate. I do appreciate these videos you do.
Very interesting video – must admit I’d never appreciated the huge differences, and the reasons, so I’ll be giving vignettes a try from now on.
Good video Matt, however I have totally switched over to ON1 Photo RAW 2018.1. Is there any chance that you will be doing an ON1 version of Advanced Vignetting?
Hey Stan. It doesn’t really have that many options so I hadn’t planned on it.
Good tips Matt, thanks!
Thanks, Matt. I was just processing some vacation pictures, and I often add vignettes. However, I wasn’t sure about all the settings and did not know about “color priority”. This was helpful.
Matt, great information once again.
Never thought about this before.
DId not appreciate it was there!!
Thanks Matt ,very helpful information.
Hi Matt: Never new this existed. You handled the topic very well, as always.
Thanks Matt, this changed my perspective on the use of vignettes. Can’t wait to try them!
Thank you for this video … I hope to see more on facebook.
Thanks for this video. Really good info and I am surely going to use it.
Very helpful tutorial! I always use vignetting but never knew exactly what these sliders actually do! Thanks so much!
Love your tutorials, Quite informative, Short and to the point, Thank You
Great information. Thank you.
Each and every step clearly explore no any confusion to follow it.. Thanks!!
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In the back of my mind, I’ve always been concerned about my skies, Matt. they’re darker, sometimes, than I would want. Didn’t realize there were “priorities” in LR’s Post-crop vignette section. Now, you DO know I love the “big-softy” vignette in ON1’s Effects (*YOU* taught about THAT one :-), remember?…still sort of my favorite)… But, I’m going to have to revisit LR’s vignette process to see of I can get the vignette I want (like the “softy”) at the same time I preserve the deep, saturated blue sky in my landscapes…. Thanks, Matt, my NJ buddy!
Hi Hank. Good to hear from you. I guess the main thing is that if you’re using ON1 Develop for your raw photos then you should stick there for your vignettes. Don’t go to another program just for that. I don’t use ON1 (I teach it, but personally I use Lightroom), so I use the vignettes there.
Thanks, Matt, for another enlightening video. This explains some of the reasons I have been disappointed on some of my vignettes.
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