After creating a black (or white) vignette using the guided edit in Photoshop Elements 14, can I then change it to a specific alternative colour? If so, please tell me how. I am a beginner to the programme.

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about graphics editing without a clear photographic context. Not all questions about graphics editors are on-topic just because they can be used for photo editing. – Philip Kendall Feb 2 '16 at 13:43

If you create a layer, you can then apply the vignette to a mask. The mask could be used to apply color at varying degrees of transparency and with any color that you apply using a paint bucket.

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Yes using some frequency tricks , you can change the color. But as you are now beginner. That would be a new thing for you..

Check some tutorials on frequency separations and more. I saw a tutorial on the same long time ago.

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    Could you please try and summarise the contents of those tutorials in your answer? At the moment, this just says "go and read a tutorial" which doesn't really add any value to this site. – Philip Kendall Jul 15 '16 at 8:28

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