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Suppose that you want to create a vignette effect to separate a subject from the background:
- Create a lasso (mask) around the subject. In this example, I simply used the Quick Selection tool.
- Invert the mask so that the subsequent Lights effect will only be applied to the background.
- Convert the image to a placeholder.
- Apply the Effects...Effect Filters...Lights to the image.
Because you're using an placeholder image, the Lights effect is applied as an adjustment layer. This allows you to change the settings of the Lights effect at any later time to vary the effect.
For example, you can create a light "halo" effect:
or a dark "halo" effect:
There are plenty of other options in the Lights effect for you to explore and experiment with, too!
Here's a way to leverage two of PL's functions to do that very efficiently and with great control and flexibility.
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Yes, I think it can be eeeeeasily done....
Just take everything out on Highway 61.