Ylandy

White vignette?

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Is there an easy way to make the background white instead of black when using the "vignette" tool? I`ve tried the "vignette+", but it doesn`t work as well as the original. I want to make a face "blur" or "fade" into the white of the paper when printing. Maby there is a better tool to use?

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Hello @Ylandy and Welcome to the forum :)

 

One idea is this:

 

1.  Have one layer in white.

2.  Bring the face into a new layer.

 

Then follow this tutorial to blend around the edges of the face.  Finally save as .jpeg or .png.

 

 

 

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Yes, I would also recommend to use the gradient tool in "Radial" mode. Set background color to white and foreground color opacity to 0. 

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As Pixey recommended, create a bottom layer in all white, but then go back and select your face on the top layer and set you primary color to white.
Now run the Effects>Artistic>Vignette1 plugin with the 'Set RGB to Primary Colour' and the 'Invert transparency' boxes unchecked while you

adjust the other settings.

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