This has been covered on other photography sites, but since it popped up on Twitter again yesterday I thought I’d do a short post on it.Â The question is, “Can I add rounded corners to an image in Lightroom?Â The answer is yes, and it’s pretty easy to do, using the Post-Crop Vignetting Tool in the Develop module.Â That tool is in the right panel near the bottom and is mostly used to add a vignette for creative effect or to remove the vignetting sometimes caused by wide-angle lenses.Â To create an image with rounded corners, use the following settings:
Amount: +/-100 – depending on whether you want a white border or a black border.
Midpoint: Start at around 25 and adjust from there.
That’s it!Â You can play with the numbers a bit, but once you’ve set them you can also create a Develop preset using the ‘Uncheck All’ then selecting only the ‘Post-Crop Vignetting’ checkbox.Â Here, you can even use this one: Rounded Corners preset.
Now go out and make some photographs!
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