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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.
If you're a premium member to the lynda.com online training library, you have access to the Exercise Files. Once you've downloaded and located the Exercise Files folder, you can double-click it in order to open it up. Here you'll discover that all of the Exercise files for this course are organized into folders based on the different chapters. To begin viewing and working with the files, simply open the folder for the chapter that you're working on and there you can choose the image and begin the project.
Now if you don't have access to the Exercise Files, no big deal. You can always work on your own images or, of course, you can just simply follow along. Alright, let's begin.
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