Applying a vignette effect to a photo draws interest to the center as it "frames" the center portion of the image in light or dark (depending on Amount) that fades out toward the edges. Changing the values for Amount, Scale, Roundness and Feather all help to specify how the vignette effect should appear in the photo. Click Reset to revert all sliders to their original settings.
Determines how dark the edges become. The further you move the slider to the left, the darker the edges. Moving the slider to the right will lighten the edges instead of darken them.
|Amount = -100||Amount = 100|
Determines how far the darkening effect extends in towards the center of the image. Moving the slider all the way to the left limits the effect to just the corners of the photo, while moving it all the way to the left causes the fading effect to reach almost all the way to the center.
|Scale = 50||Scale = 150|
Determines the shape of the vignette. The default value (50) adds a round vignette. Moving the slider to the left creates a horizontal or rectangular appearance while moving the slider to the right creates a vertical or circular vignette.
|Roundness = 0||Roundness = 99|
Softens the edges of the vignette effect. The default value for this slider is 100, meaning that the edges are fully softened from the start.
|Feather = 0||Feather = 100|