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  • nrotunda
    Sharpening
    by nrotunda
    Hi everyone! This is my first post...so be nice please I've been using photoshop for several years but this is my first time working as a full time retoucher, so I'm soaking up information at a rapid rate! The one thing I am constantly confused about is sharpening. I know there are tons of information...
    01-16-2014, 04:33 AM
  • Caravaggio
    avoiding noise using highpass sharpen?
    by Caravaggio
    I like to do a highpass sharpening for productshot retouching. I copy the product to its own layer, set the blending mode to softlight and run the highpass filter on it. I am wondering how to avoid some of the color artifacting of this method? I seem to remember that you could go to edit > fade...
    01-29-2011, 02:42 PM
  • Trimoon
    Sharpening using Photoshop (Something Different)
    by Trimoon
    I thought I’d post this in the software forum

    Sharpening using Photoshop

    There are several ways in Photoshop to sharpen an image, the most commonly used is Unsharp-Mask. I will show you two of my favorite ways of sharpening an image; one of them is another way of using...
    09-10-2002, 04:26 PM
  • Trimoon
    Sharpening using Photoshop (Something Different)
    by Trimoon
    There are several ways in Photoshop to sharpen an image, the most commonly used is Unsharp-Mask. I will show you two of my favorite ways of sharpening an image; one of them is another way of using the Unsharp-Mask and the other using the High-Pass filter.

    First off, you copy your first...
    09-10-2002, 02:44 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    Fine-tuned sharpening
    by Doug Nelson
    Sharpening an image depends entirely on the image. Some take it well, others don't. Again, trial and error is the best teacher here. Try these experiments to see if anything makes sense for you: duplicate the image layer, then apply a filter (try 'gaussian blur', others you might try are 'median', 'high...
    05-20-2002, 12:33 AM
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