What is a vignette? The French word has come to refer to a photographic image that has a clear contrast in the center and fades off at the edges. Photo editors apply vignettes to photos by reducing brightness or saturation at the periphery compared to the center.
Why add a vignette? Photo editors add a vignette to an image to draw attention to the center of the frame.
While the majority of editors use a dark vignette, Warren employs a variety of vignettes for clients: dark, light, faded-edge, dark-grunge, dark-oval, dark-rectangle, custom-shape, rectangular, elliptical, heart-shaped, Lomographic, and complex vignettes, as shown below and on page 2 and page 3.
Dark Vignette Move your cursor on then off this original image to see the dark elliptical vignette that Warren gave this photo of Dexter the dog. Your eyes will be drawn toward Dexter's eye.
Light Vignette Move your cursor on then off this original image to see how a light elliptical vignette draws your eyes toward the text of God's Scripture beneath the rainbow.
Two Vignettes to Compare Click the two links under this original wedding image to compare the effects that dark and light vignettes add to photos.
Compare eight custom dark and light vignettes on this page.
Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.
To discuss your photo editing needs, contact Warren by or phone, 209-795-7661.