How to add a vignette to your photo

Jennifer Wilson

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February 19, 2009

I am working hard on a little goodie bag for tomorrow. So today, Simple Scrapper would like to share a completely invaluable link.

Recently, we recommended Digital Photography for Moms as a fantastic resource. Well, Erin has shared her brilliance with the Blissfully Domestic audience as well. In this post, 5 Vignette Methods for Your Photograph, she offers different ways you can add this extra punch to an already beautiful photo.

Originally, I wanted to share the best vignette tutorials from across the web, but the above post really does it all. The first approach (feather & multiply) is the most common and very basic. None require particular handiness, just follow her steps and magic will happen.

If you’re totally terrified of Photoshop or PSE, you can try CoffeeShop’s vignette action.

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