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New Photoshop CS4 Panel for Capture Sharpening

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Old 11-01-2009, 07:47 PM
gmitchel gmitchel is offline
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New Photoshop CS4 Panel for Capture Sharpening

I just finished a new Photoshop CS4 panel. This one is for capture sharpening. It comes with twenty presets. You an add your own. You can select from four different mask widths and five different classes of digital cameras/scanners.

The sharpener works with RGB, CMYK, L*a*b, and Grayscale.

In addition to the traditional luminosity mask, you can also generate enhanced masks for better detail.

The panel only works with Photoshop CS4. You can dock it, just like the Adjustments and Masks panels.

You have complete control over the USM settings, layer blend, layer opacity, and Blend If settings for the ultimate in control over the sharpening effect.

This is a free download for the digital photography community. I hope people find it helpful.

Comments and suggestions will be appreciated.

http://www.thelightsright.com/TLRPro...harpeningPanel

Cheers,

Mitch
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