Notice that with your contrast properly set, the colors are rich and saturated—no further adjustments are necessary. Back in Photoshop, it's time to put the finishing touches on the image. Add a slight vignette to the bottom half to keep the viewer's eye focused on the center of the image and prevent it from wandering out of the frame. One simple way to do this is to create another dodging layer (see Step 4). We used a soft, black brush set to low opacity to paint (Burn) in a vignette. After cloning out sensor dust spots using the Spot Healing Brush tool, and then sharpening the full image (Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen), the finished photograph is ready for display. Making use of several complementary methods of contrast control, we're able to profit from what each app does best and create a more visually dynamic image.