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  • john_opitz
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    I have not used the DoM or DoG for that purpose.....I have to remember that............ I was thinking more of using the high radius(7-15) and low amount....(starting at 500. Then lowering), after setting the radius and threshold.

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  • Stephen M
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    This is not something that I have explored too much, John - but it sounds a bit like using one of my DoM or DoG actions with the larger standard deviation values so that larger halos are produced, or just using a very large radius and very small amout in USM or High Pass etc.

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/colortheory/message/4304

    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~binar...volcorner.html


    Stephen Marsh.

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  • john_opitz
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    Hello Steven,

    How about telling us about the "hiraloam" method. An alt for the high pass method.


    John

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  • Stephen M
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    Layer prep. for USM

    For those that are interested in reading about yet another way to sharpen images in Photoshop, I have recently uploaded a small article to my website.

    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~binaryfx/ST_USM1.html

    This does not go into sharpening as such, but a suggestion for preparing a layer for USM that I like.

    More on sharpening in general can be found here:

    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~binar...V_links.html#S



    Hope this helps,

    Stephen Marsh.
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