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Since the beginning of the photographic art form, photographers have been searching for clearer and sharper images. Now, you don't have to settle for what was captured in camera; you can perfect your photos in post-production. In this course, Chris Orwig tackles sharpening in three programs: Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom, and Photoshop. They all have their strengths, so he shows you how to get the best results from specific sharpening challenges with each one. Chris shows you how to reduce noise and sharpen with sliders and make selective adjustments to certain areas of raw images. In Photoshop, he uses powerful filters like Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen to sharpen larger areas of pictures, and masking to paint in sharpening. Last, he shares two advanced techniques, one using high pass sharpening and another that limits sharpening to the edges of your images.
Since the very beginning of photography, photographers have been in pursuit of capturing clearer and sharper photographs. Well, in this course we are going to continue that pursuit as we look at how we can use post production tools in order to reduce noise. And to sharpen our photographs. Welcome! My name is Chris Orwig. I'll be your host and guide as we take a deep dive look into how we can sharpen and create better photographs. In our journey, we'll begin by looking at two different raw tools.
We can work with Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom. We'll examine how we can work with sliders which will allow us to reduce noise and to sharpen our images. We'll also look at some selective adjustment tools which will give us the ability to sharpen specific areas of our photographs. And, we'll examine how we can use some really powerful Photoshop filters. Like how we can use unsharp mask and smart sharpen to sharpen larger areas of our pictures. Look at how we can work with masking which will allow us to paint these adjustments into specific areas.
And I'll even highlight a few advanced techniques like high pass sharpening and another technique which will allow us to limit the sharpening just to the edges of our photographs. Well, we'll be covering all of these topics and more. So, without further delay, let's begin.
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