I took Brian's question to mean the vignetting effect on that photo.
My answer would be, topazlabs.com. One of their applications would do that for
On 30 Mar 14, at 02:34, Chuck Norcutt <chucknorcutt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm sure there are many ways to add a black border like this with
> different pieces of software but, if using PhotoShop (and probably PS
> Elements and Lightroom as well) I would do it by using the "canvas size"
> option. For example, if the image was already sized for a print of
> 16x20" and you desired to add a 1/4" black border all the way around you
> would resize the canvas to 16.5x20.5". Select the canvas color as black
> and the resizing to be done from the center and you'll get a 1/4" black
> border all around. If you then wanted to add a 2" white "matte"
> surround do the same thing by specifying the size as 20.5"x24.5" with a
> white canvas color.
> I don't recall if using the canvas size option allows you to choose
> other than black or white for the canvas color (but suspect that it
> does). I'm sending this on my wife's new laptop which does not have any
> image processing software installed at the moment so can't check it.
> I tried to install FastStone on it today but it would not install for
> some reason. I suspect an odd permissions problem since install
> couldn't write any file but need to check into that.
> Chuck Norcutt
> On 3/29/2014 10:35 AM, bj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> a photograph by a local photographer, Russ McLean.
>> However, more specifically, I notice that somehow he has added a
>> darker hue to a rectangular zone around the margin of this print.
>> Can anyone here advise what software will do that?
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