a decorative design or small illustration used on the title page of a book or at the beginning or end of a chapter.
an engraving, drawing, photograph, or the like that is shaded off gradually at the edges so as to leave no definite line at the border.
a decorative design representing branches, leaves, grapes, or the like, as in a manuscript.
We also like use the word Vignette to describe small “scenes” or collections of items placed on furniture, or patios.
I am comfortable using the word that way, you may, or may not agree with me. I am also enamoured of the PSE actions that give a vignette texture to images.
Love it, love it, love it!
And when I found out that Adobe Light Room 3 has a built in almost one click vignette, in not just one, but two different versions I was, and am overjoyed.
So I have spent the last day or so playing around in LR3, and accidentally downloaded over 875 images, for the second time…
Guess I won’t be making that mistake again, or will I?
That’s a lot of deleting to do.
But I am enamoured, and I especially love the watermark preset, and as soon as I can design one, you will see it showing up here, and there.
This is one free trial that I will be purchasing quickly.
You can find it on Adobe’s website, there are lots to choose from.
Meanwhile I’ll be playing at my computer with LR3.
Let me know what you think. I tend to get very excited about things I love, so I would like to know if you love it also. It was the reviews that sold me on it first.
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams