Hi guys, there are plenty of online tutorials on how to create vignettes.. Does anyone know if it is possible to offset theor Lightroom vignette tool? Or shifting the centre to a third... Cheers
As far as I know the vignette tool is always centered, and it's post-crop so you can't apply it then crop to have it off centre. To get a vignette effect off-centre you can use the Radial Filter tool and adjust settings (, etc) as desired. It's a more manual process but gives more flexibility - for example you can add a bit of blur towards the edge of the frame as well if desired. If you want a shape that is not circular / oval you can apply a 'vignette' using the Graduated Filter or Adjustment Brush. (The Graduated Filter is useful to darken the sky across the top of the frame in landscapes for example).
Thanks a lot for your response Phil
you can use something like Viveza, from the Nik Software collection to create a centre and then vignette based on your chosen 'centre'.
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Yeah that should work.
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There ought to be a recall on all photo editing software to remove the vignette function.