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Old 06-06-2006, 06:20 AM
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Well I forgot the settings. But I did use neat image and probably over did it. I've found that in some cases after using neat image I can then sharpen up the image.
What I do frequently is:

I run neat image.

copy the layer to a new layer in Photoshop

Run Filter/Other/High Pass filter on that copied layer
Use Overlay blending mode on that layer to sharpen the photo

Add a layer mask to that layer fill the mask with black by holding the alt/option key when I select the layer mask icon in the layer palette.

And then paint the mask with a white brush where I want the sharpening to occur.

In this case, I took my posted image and just sharpened the whole image using the high pass filter + overlay blending mode
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