Thursday, September 27, 2012

RE: [photoshop-beginners] Removing vignetting

Thank you for your suggestion John.

I tried applying the filter multiple times, and while it could result
in an acceptable image in those corners, the other corners are
getting too bright.

I should clarify: the vignetting is only in the top corners; the
bottom corners have no vignetting.

I always thought vignetting was symmetrical in all 4 corners, but not
in these images. I don't understand why.

It's a Canon G9 with the filter adapter by Canon (recommended in the
owner's manual) and a quality UV filter attached.



>Have you tried applying the filter 20 or more times in succession??
>/sometimes repeated use of a filter gets you what you want, sometimes not :)
>-----Original Message-----
>From: photoshop-beginners@yahoogroups.com
>[mailto:photoshop-beginners@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of DaveC
>Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2012 4:00 PM
>To: Photoshop Beginners
>Subject: [photoshop-beginners] Removing vignetting
>Photoshop CS5 has a filter that removes vignetting from a photo.
>But if it's very significant, the filter maxes out and will not remove all
>of it.
>Is there an add-on filter, or stand-alone application that removes large
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