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Black-and-white High Pass sharpening


Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

with Chris Orwig

Video: Black-and-white High Pass sharpening

Select the file corwig_wolf_kids and then double-click it open it in Photoshop. We have this nice portrait of these three sisters. What I want to do is I want to sharpen this image. I want to sharpen this with a technique that's called High Pass. So let's go ahead and Ctrl- click or Right-click on the Background layer and choose Convert to Smart Object. Next we are going to navigate to our Filter pulldown menu, Other and then choose good old High Pass. Now you probably haven't gone here before. So I want to deconstruct a little bit what's happening. I'm going to zoom-in on my image. So I'll go ahead and press Command+ on the Mac, Ctrl+ on a PC and then press the Spacebar to reposition the image. So we can actually see what we have here and then I'll reposition this dialog as well so we can see another view.
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  1. 3m 28s
    1. Introduction
      2m 43s
    2. Using the exercise files
  2. 19m 30s
    1. Taking visual snapshots
      2m 34s
    2. What's new in the Photoshop CS4 menus
      1m 24s
    3. The importance of the 30-minute blink
      2m 37s
    4. Isolation
      3m 31s
    5. Taking notes
      2m 29s
    6. Creative memorization
      2m 15s
    7. Verbalize, human, fun
      1m 18s
    8. Lessons from a legend: Douglas Kirkland
      2m 10s
    9. Resources and links
      1m 12s
  3. 30m 43s
    1. Is Photoshop CS4 worth it?
      2m 50s
    2. Seeing the new Tools panel
      3m 22s
    3. Working with the Application bar
      2m 51s
    4. Navigating with the Hand and Zoom tools
      4m 27s
    5. Rotating with the new Rotate View tool
      2m 0s
    6. New ways of arranging documents
      5m 41s
    7. Working with the panels
      2m 34s
    8. Customizing your workspace
      2m 12s
    9. Creating custom keyboard shortcuts
      3m 12s
    10. Creating custom menus
      1m 34s
  4. 39m 39s
    1. Choosing your Color settings
      5m 4s
    2. Setting Image Interpolation preferences
      3m 2s
    3. Zoom preferences
      2m 40s
    4. Interface preferences
      7m 46s
    5. File-handling preferences
      2m 34s
    6. Performance preferences: Memory
      5m 40s
    7. Performance preferences: Cursor
      5m 46s
    8. Performance preferences: Transparency and Gamut
      4m 45s
    9. Reviewing the other preferences
      2m 22s
  5. 21m 14s
    1. Bit Depth 101
      4m 34s
    2. Introducing image size
      2m 47s
    3. Image Resize overview
      7m 54s
    4. Resizing by cropping
      3m 33s
    5. Straightening
      2m 26s
  6. 9m 56s
    1. Introducing color management
      2m 3s
    2. Monitor calibration basics
      2m 29s
    3. Advanced monitor calibration
      2m 36s
    4. Creating a neutral work environment
      2m 48s
  7. 11m 17s
    1. Using Photoshop, Bridge, and Lightroom together
      2m 20s
    2. Bridge as a digital light box
      1m 19s
    3. General Bridge preferences
      2m 49s
    4. Thumbnail Bridge preferences
      1m 38s
    5. Advanced and Cache Bridge preferences
      3m 11s
  8. 28m 2s
    1. Creative tip 1: Discarding, the great selection technique
      4m 6s
    2. Introducing the Bridge interface
      3m 28s
    3. Getting photos from your camera
      4m 14s
    4. Choosing a workspace
      4m 16s
    5. Customizing the workspace and the Synchronized window
      4m 10s
    6. Using Bridge to rate and sort
      4m 3s
    7. Sorting with filters
      3m 45s
  9. 33m 53s
    1. Previewing multiple files
      5m 6s
    2. The Bridge Review mode
      7m 4s
    3. The Bridge Full Screen mode
      3m 8s
    4. Bridge slideshows
      4m 25s
    5. Stacking images
      3m 24s
    6. Renaming and batch-renaming
      4m 11s
    7. Adding favorites
      1m 58s
    8. Grouping images with Collections
      4m 37s
  10. 15m 3s
    1. Setting up metadata
      3m 34s
    2. Customizing the workspace for metadata
      2m 20s
    3. Creating a metadata template to add a copyright notice
      3m 55s
    4. Keywording images
      3m 33s
    5. Filtering images based on metadata
      1m 41s
  11. 9m 54s
    1. Recording an action
      2m 16s
    2. Batch-processing an action
      2m 11s
    3. Simplifying repetitive steps using the Image Processor
      2m 21s
    4. Opening multiple images as layers
      3m 6s
  12. 1h 13m
    1. What is Camera Raw?
      2m 47s
    2. Understanding the Camera Raw preferences
      3m 15s
    3. Opening files in Camera Raw
      5m 23s
    4. The Camera Raw interface and essential controls
      5m 13s
    5. White Balance, Straighten, and Tone
      3m 2s
    6. Crop, Rotate, and Vignette
      4m 43s
    7. Improving color and tone
      4m 46s
    8. Saturation vs. Vibrance
      4m 46s
    9. Converting an image to black and white
      4m 7s
    10. Split-toning an image
      3m 32s
    11. Working with tone subjectively
      5m 56s
    12. Adjustment Brush essentials
      3m 19s
    13. Using the Adjustment Brush
      7m 24s
    14. Working with the Graduated filter
      4m 6s
    15. Sharpening and noise reduction
      6m 10s
    16. Working with multiple images
      4m 45s
  13. 38m 42s
    1. Creative tip 2: Worth the risk
      2m 30s
    2. Introducing layers
      2m 53s
    3. Working with layers
      2m 21s
    4. Working with History and the History Brush
      4m 1s
    5. Aligning layers
      1m 56s
    6. Organizing layers
      4m 17s
    7. Layer style effects
      4m 21s
    8. Creating a clipping mask
      4m 27s
    9. Creating a reflection of an image
      2m 37s
    10. Targeting and moving layers
      5m 36s
    11. Reviewing layers shortcuts
      3m 43s
  14. 31m 31s
    1. Introducing masking
      2m 8s
    2. Creating a simple layer mask
      3m 51s
    3. Masking shortcuts
      3m 25s
    4. Using Color Range to create a detailed mask
      3m 48s
    5. Creating a layer mask with Color Range
      5m 5s
    6. Masking and brightening eyes
      3m 35s
    7. Masking and selective sharpening
      2m 58s
    8. The Quick Mask mode
      6m 41s
  15. 24m 15s
    1. Creating a custom border with masking
      5m 41s
    2. Using pre-built borders
      7m 6s
    3. Exploring sample image frames
      4m 59s
    4. Frame plugin highlight: Photoframe
      6m 29s
  16. 51m 47s
    1. Creating a mask with the Quick Selection tool
      5m 39s
    2. Working with the Quick Selection tool
      4m 12s
    3. Creating color range selections
      4m 46s
    4. Advanced selection enhancements
      5m 1s
    5. Using the Magic Wand
      2m 33s
    6. Using the Lasso tool
      5m 37s
    7. Pen and path shortcuts
      5m 20s
    8. Understanding paths
      4m 7s
    9. Creating path selections
      6m 3s
    10. The Magnetic Lasso tool and paths
      8m 29s
  17. 21m 11s
    1. Introducing the Adjustments panel
      2m 26s
    2. Brightness and contrast
      3m 39s
    3. Understanding the difference between Vibrance and Saturation
      2m 55s
    4. Using the Target Adjustment tool
      4m 10s
    5. Hue/Saturation adjustments and masking
      3m 15s
    6. Hue/Saturation blending with Shadow/Highlight
      4m 46s
  18. 17m 45s
    1. Introducing levels
      1m 58s
    2. Enhancing color and tone with levels
      3m 3s
    3. Modifying color with levels
      3m 47s
    4. Levels and masking
      3m 13s
    5. Using levels and masking to get the most out of adjustments
      5m 44s
  19. 40m 59s
    1. Demystifying curves
      6m 53s
    2. Using curves for contrast and tone
      3m 33s
    3. Midtones and advanced blending
      2m 50s
    4. Curves and general Hue/Saturation
      2m 54s
    5. Enhancing color with curves
      6m 18s
    6. Curves, color, masking, and tone
      5m 10s
    7. Curves and masking
      4m 54s
    8. Creative tip 3: Using curves for publication
      5m 14s
    9. Using, modifying, and saving curves presets
      3m 13s
  20. 24m 7s
    1. Creative tip 4: Ordinary ingredients = extraordinary results
      2m 23s
    2. Introducing blend modes
      5m 36s
    3. Blend modes visualized
      6m 48s
    4. Blending multiple images
      6m 9s
    5. Blend modes shortcuts
      3m 11s
  21. 42m 57s
    1. Correcting color with eyedroppers
      4m 37s
    2. Advanced color correction with eyedroppers
      2m 27s
    3. Color correction with Camera Raw
      3m 3s
    4. Performing difficult color correction with Camera Raw
      3m 1s
    5. Performing easier color correction with a color chart
      2m 31s
    6. Color-correcting skin by the numbers
      3m 42s
    7. Color-correcting by the numbers
      4m 10s
    8. Color correction: Studio shot
      3m 6s
    9. Color correction: Light skin tone
      3m 6s
    10. Color correction: Dark skin tone
      3m 44s
    11. Color correction: Multiple skin tones
      6m 40s
    12. Color correction plugin highlight: SkinTune 2
      2m 50s
  22. 44m 45s
    1. Replacing color with Hue/Saturation
      3m 2s
    2. Replacing a color
      5m 7s
    3. Modifying color with Selective Color
      3m 5s
    4. Color focus
      5m 59s
    5. Experimenting with cool and warm colors
      5m 18s
    6. Enhancing a portrait with sunset colors
      5m 16s
    7. Enhancing a landscape with sunrise colors
      5m 19s
    8. Enhancing a color group shot
      3m 17s
    9. Using photo filters with black-and-white photos
      3m 14s
    10. Using photo filters with color photos
      5m 8s
  23. 22m 3s
    1. Introducing the Burn and Dodge tools
      2m 56s
    2. Using the Burn and Dodge tools
      3m 47s
    3. Darkening corners with the Soft Light blend mode
      3m 0s
    4. Adding contrast to the highlights
      2m 30s
    5. Darkening a portion of an image
      2m 45s
    6. Correcting bright and dark tones
      3m 56s
    7. Reducing highlights with the Multiply blend mode
      3m 9s
  24. 19m 31s
    1. Creative tip 5: Seeing beyond the color - your gear is good enough
      4m 58s
    2. Introducing black-and-white conversion
      3m 37s
    3. Portrait black-and-white conversion
      3m 32s
    4. Landscape black-and-white conversion
      2m 40s
    5. Adding grain and tone to a black-and-white image
      4m 44s
  25. 11m 16s
    1. Introducing Smart Filters
      2m 36s
    2. Applying Smart Filters
      3m 21s
    3. Blending and masking Smart Filters
      5m 19s
  26. 19m 38s
    1. Noise reduction with Surface Blur
      4m 36s
    2. The Noise Reduction filter
      2m 54s
    3. Advanced noise reduction with Channels
      5m 32s
    4. Advanced noise reduction with the Dfine plugin
      6m 36s
  27. 33m 29s
    1. The Dust and Scratches Filter
      3m 57s
    2. Using masking to remove dust and scratches
      5m 10s
    3. Introducing the trio of healing tools
      6m 18s
    4. Using the Healing and Clone Stamp tools
      4m 21s
    5. Using the Patch tool
      7m 40s
    6. Cleaning up an image with what's there
      6m 3s
  28. 58m 59s
    1. Creative tip 6: A beautiful mistake
      2m 51s
    2. Cleaning up a background
      3m 21s
    3. Removing blemishes
      4m 19s
    4. Cleaning up backgrounds and blemishes
      3m 46s
    5. Brightening eyes
      3m 13s
    6. Changing eye color
      4m 55s
    7. Darkening the edge of an eye
      1m 32s
    8. Adding makeup
      2m 25s
    9. Correcting distortion
      2m 19s
    10. Reducing eye wrinkles
      4m 4s
    11. Adding height and reducing wrinkles
      7m 55s
    12. Whitening teeth
      4m 6s
    13. Whitening teeth using Quick Mask
      3m 39s
    14. Softening skin
      5m 5s
    15. Removing red-eye
      2m 21s
    16. The next steps in retouching
      3m 8s
  29. 38m 35s
    1. Introducing Smart Sharpen
      3m 23s
    2. Smart Sharpen demystified
      4m 10s
    3. Smart Sharpen and masking
      8m 46s
    4. Using the Unsharpen Mask filter
      5m 19s
    5. Black-and-white High Pass sharpening
      8m 2s
    6. Color High Pass sharpening
      3m 27s
    7. Sharpening and tone
      5m 28s
  30. 28m 38s
    1. Resizing for email and the web
      3m 1s
    2. Image size considerations
      2m 54s
    3. Preparing files for the web
      4m 37s
    4. Sharpening for the web
      2m 12s
    5. Correcting color for the web
      3m 10s
    6. The Save for Web dialog
      3m 51s
    7. Creating a web gallery
      6m 21s
    8. Sharing your photos online
      2m 32s
  31. 23m 33s
    1. Creating contact sheets
      4m 19s
    2. Presenting your photos as a PDF slideshow
      2m 55s
    3. Desktop printing recommendations
      1m 40s
    4. Preparing to print
      5m 53s
    5. Using Soft Proof to pre-visualize printing
      3m 46s
    6. Using the Print dialog
      3m 31s
    7. Print settings
      1m 29s
  32. 23s
    1. Goodbye

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Photoshop CS4 for Photographers is an essential course for any digital photographer who wants to master the software's vast array of image enhancement techniques. Professional photographer and instructor Chris Orwig uses his own compelling images to demonstrate how the power of Photoshop can make photographers more passionate about their work. He covers many aspects of the application, such as working with RAW images, using curves and levels, making images snap, and enhancing bland photographs by converting them to black and white. Exercise files accompany this course.

Topics include:
  • Sharpening a photograph to make it more vivid
  • Reviewing the essentials of retouching
  • Understanding the fundamentals of color management
  • Creating a layer mask to brighten eyes
  • Applying advanced noise reduction using channels
  • Using Bridge CS4 to organize and tag the best images
  • Processing photographs for print and web publishing
Chris Orwig

Black-and-white High Pass sharpening

Select the file corwig_wolf_kids and then double-click it open it in Photoshop. We have this nice portrait of these three sisters. What I want to do is I want to sharpen this image. I want to sharpen this with a technique that's called High Pass. So let's go ahead and Ctrl- click or Right-click on the Background layer and choose Convert to Smart Object. Next we are going to navigate to our Filter pulldown menu, Other and then choose good old High Pass. Now you probably haven't gone here before. So I want to deconstruct a little bit what's happening. I'm going to zoom-in on my image. So I'll go ahead and press Command+ on the Mac, Ctrl+ on a PC and then press the Spacebar to reposition the image. So we can actually see what we have here and then I'll reposition this dialog as well so we can see another view.

All right. Well I have my radius amount. How does that work? When I take this all the way off, I'm just seeing gray. But when I bring it up, I'm starting to see these little edges and what's that about and if I increase it more and more, I'm starting to see more and more of the image until I see almost just the image itself. Well, let's bring it back to on to one of these locations here. When you sharpen an image, what you are actually doing? You are taking an edge and you are saying, hey, this edge has a highlight and a shadow. Let's make the shadow stronger and the highlight stronger. That will then create the illusion of sharpness. So we are going to tap into that. We are going to use this filter in order to darken or brighten edges, in order to add this real interesting sharpening effect.

Now keep in mind that this sharpening effect works on a wide range of photographs. All right, well what I want to do here, is I want to look to find a radius that has just some of the most important details. Now that looks pretty good. I don't want to crank it up too far where I'm seeing a lot of detail on the face. That's not going to be a good thing because then I'm going to have a problem. But I'm just looking to find the spot where the radius amount shows me some nice edge detail. Now each image is going to be different because it will be contingent upon the resolution. Meaning if this were a higher res file, your radius would be higher. But it doesn't really matter what your radius is, more importantly matters what the image looks like. So again, we are looking for those edges there. Now I'm going to increase this just a bit more in order to talk about how we can modify this further. I'll click OK to apply that.

All right, well so far so good. I'm not seeing much. It doesn't look very good. I then need to double-click this icon here and take my blend mode to either Soft Light or Overlay. Now when I take that blend mode to Soft Light or Overlay, what I'm starting to see is that I now have the sharpening effect. How do you compare the two? Well think of Overlay as more intense sharpening and then Soft Light is a little bit less sharpening. We will click OK to apply that and then move around the image a bit so we can see what's actually happening. So here is our before and then after and again, I'm going to zoom-in even further. I think you will be able to see some nice detail on the hair here.

Here is our before and then after. All right, well that looks pretty nice. Let's double-click the icon for the blend modes here and change this to a blend mode of Overlay. What you should see is that the sharpening the hair is that much more strong. So again, we go from Soft Light, pretty subtle, Overlay, a little bit more intense. Click OK to apply that. Well the nice thing about now having applied our blend mode is we can also then double-click the word High Pass, which will open up this dialog. Now we are not seeing that gray overview. We are seeing the image itself, right and here I can then increase the radius.

So I'm going to go ahead and increase the radius really significantly and I can see my sharpening before and after. And let's say that what I'm noticing here is I really like what's happening with the hair. I don't like what's happening with the background. I also don't like what's happening with the skin. Now that's just a little bit too high, but I leave it pretty high, so we can see how we can modify this. We will click OK. Well you can modify this in any number of different ways. One way, click in the mask, grab your Brush tool and I'll go ahead and paint with black and I'm just going to mask out the sharpening from these areas. So I'll go ahead and paint through that and I'll mask the sharpening out from the skin. And again, just a real quick job here in regards to masking and I'm using my mouse. I'm not using the Wacom tablet here.

If I were wanting to get into the details, I would need to reach for that. You know what, maybe I should here just to get the pressure sensitivity, this looking good. A little bit better the brush strokes, smaller brush. There, make sure I'm getting rid of the skin, everything. Here is my before and after. So again, we are getting that real nice sharpening around the edges. Now how do we determine if this is a good sharpening? We will double-click the Zoom tool and then look at our before and after. So here is our before and then our after. Now when I look at the before and after, I say you know what, I like that just a little bit too high for me. It's a little bit too snappy. Now when an image is over sharpened, that's a problem.

So I'm going to zoom in on this file and I'm going to click on my mask and one of the most common problem areas here is eyes because we have this bright contrast here, whites and black. So I'm going to go ahead and paint with black on those areas to remove some of the sharpening around the edge of the eye. I also want to pay attention to the edges like around the chin here. I don't need that to be that sharp and I'm going to go ahead and modify these eyes here, just paint in away some of the sharpening to those areas. Do the same thing over here. That jaw line doesn't need to be quite as sharp. Paint away some of the sharpening around the eyes and that looks pretty good. I'll then zoom out. Take a look at my before and after now. Here is my before and then after and just couple more steps here.

Next thing I want to do is click on this option to change my blending and I lower the Opacity of the effect, right. Here I can modify this till I find that sweet spot. Now keep in mind a lot of times what I would like to do is I like to apply a filter or an effect so that it's pretty high. So that when I'm revising, I can really see my edges and then I almost always back it off. Now there are other people who say, Chris, that's a waste of time. I want to get it right from the get go and I'm going to apply a little bit less amount and I'm going to work with that less amount. And if that works for you, great.

I just want to show you my workflow and I tend to do that because it helps me find blemishes a little bit more easily. And then I can sweetened up by finding the Opacity sweet spot there. Click OK to apply that and then look at my before and after. All right, well that works really good. Last thing I want to do with this image is zoom out, click on the background here, grab one of my Selection tools, right-click select. Now I want to try to make a pretty rough quick selection. In this case, it selected some of the hair. So hold down the Option key on a Mac, Alt key on a PC to deselect that. And what I'm interested in doing here is making a selection that I can then mask off. Of course, I could make that selection and then I could go into my mask and in my mask, I'm going to grab my Brush tool or I could use one of my fill shortcuts and I'm just going to paint that away.

The reason I want to make a selection is because it will help me get to those areas a little bit more quickly. Now, you don't want to make a selection? No big deal, but you do definitely want to paint away this area that's out of focus. Do we need to sharpen the noise or the pixels in the background here? No, not at all. There are also maybe some other areas that we want to unsharpen or limit the sharpening to. In this case, that garment down here, the arms, I need those to be very sharp. One of the things you can do in regards to sharpening your files is try to sharpen the areas that are more important.

That will then direct the viewers eyes to those areas and I'll go ahead and double-click the Zoom tool to zoom-in just a bit here and now we can see our before and after. I'll zoom in ever further so we can see that. I know these movies get a little smaller, here is our before and after. Hey, that looks pretty nice before and then after. Some really nice sharpening. We have a ton of flexibility. Now keep in mind that this sharpening technique works really well across a wide range of images. So what sharpening technique is best? Well, it really depends on the photograph. It also depends on the type of effect that you want to create.

So my intent in this chapter is to show you a few different types of sharpening. What you will need to do is experiment with those different types of sharpening on different types of images and do keep this in mind for me. Do this for me. There isn't one perfect way to sharpen. One of the things that happens to my students is that they learn high pass sharpening. That's all they will do. Everything is high pass sharpening. Well there are pros and cons using high pass as there are to the other sharpening techniques. Really, it's more about knowing the different types of sharpening and then trying those out, applying them on your images and seeing what works best.

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Terms and conditions of use

We've updated our terms and conditions (now called terms of service).Go
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