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  • camner
    high pass sharpening
    by camner
    I have read of a method of sharpening known as "high pass sharpening". Technique is:


    1.Duplicate_Base layer (if needed unlock first) apply High Pass Filter found under Filters/Other

    2.Apply a Radius value of around 10.0

    3.Change the Mode...
    11-13-2003, 08:41 AM
  • undavide
    Notes on Sharpening
    by undavide
    Dear All,
    I signed in to the forum long time ago but I admit I'm no frequent poster... I was first very impressed and appealed by the tutorials made by byRo about sharpening, and I come back here from time to time to check for new inputs.

    Now, it happens I've written an article...
    02-10-2009, 03:34 AM
  • Norris
    Sharpening Images
    by Norris
    I recently posted a thread asking for advice on improving contrast within materials in architectural retouching. I was given some good advice and recommended some plug in filters as well as the high pass filter in conjunction with overlay. This was all very helpful and I have implemented some of these...
    03-26-2010, 09:35 AM
  • bkravchenko
    Advanced High-Pass Sharpening
    by bkravchenko
    Ok, here's a very specific question, LOL

    For those of you who have Pixel Genius plugins, there is a high-pass sharpening as one of the automated sharpening options. It has a very specific effect that I can recreate when trying to sharpen with high-pass. The command flattens what it does...
    02-15-2009, 08:14 PM
  • bonzo5988
    Sharpening
    by bonzo5988
    Hi

    This link might be helpful for sharpening.

    http://www.photoshopgurus.com/forum/...frequency.html
    10-13-2010, 06:50 AM
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