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How to add a vignette to multiple layers

Explorer ,
Jul 26, 2021 Jul 26, 2021

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I have an image that has several layers, different parts of the entire image that I'm working on.

I would like to add a vignette to the image, all of the layers, but how.

I'l like the full image to have the vignette.  SO far I have only been able to export the image to a seperate jpg file and add the vignette to the flattened image.

There must be a way in photo ship to select the layers and add a my vignette?

 

Thanks

Dave

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Adobe Community Professional , Jul 26, 2021 Jul 26, 2021
Select all of the layers that you want inclued, then make a Group.(In the Layers Menu, chose New Group From Layers) You can then apply a mask to the group.

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Jul 26, 2021 Jul 26, 2021

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Select all of the layers that you want inclued, then make a Group.(In the Layers Menu, chose New Group From Layers) You can then apply a mask to the group.

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Group all the desired layers together. (Select them in the Layers panel > Ctrl/Cmd + G.)

 

Right-click the group > Convert to Smart Object.

 

Use the vignetting technique of your choice. If you need to adjust anything in the document, just double-click the Smart Object in the Layers panel. It'll open in another window. When done, save and return to the original document to see any changes.

 

The good: This is a non-destructive process.

The bad: It uses more memory.

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THANKS to everone that replied to my NEWBE question.

So much to learn in Photoshop, my brain hurts.

 

Dave

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