Quick Tip: How to Make a Rounded Corners Border in Lightroom

Here is a great time saving trick to use in Lightroom if you love the look of rounded corners for your photographs. 

Go to POST CROP.  Then change settings to:

Amount = +100

Midpoint = 0

Roundness = -100

Feather = 0

The results are shown here.  Play around with the midpoint and roundness to change the look.

rounded-corners-in-lr

 

Here is result changing Roundness to -79.  Have fun rounding your corners too!!! 

rounded-corners-in-lr2

Jodi Friedman, MCP Actions

Jodi Friedman is the founder of MCP Actions. She designs popular Photoshop actions and Lightroom presets that make editing faster, easier and more fun.

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  1. 16

    beechlights says

    @michelle chandler – you can make the background black, just put the amount slider at -100 instead of 100.

  2. 17

    says

    so, i was looking forward to putting this to use – but then i noticed that i do not have the “post crop” in my vignettes location like you show on this link. am i missing something?? help!

    • 18

      says

      Do you have LR 1 or 2? I use 2. I use to have 1 but it is no longer on my computer – so I cannot tell if it would work on that.

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