Sharpening and its effects


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Sharpening and its effects

One of the most common adjustments you'll make to a scanned image or for digital photographic image for that matter is sharpening, and the reason for this is the very process of capturing your image with a scanner or digital camera, process of digitizing, that is converting your images into pixels softens your image. This makes perfect sense conceptually, because you're taking a not completely infinite resolution image, like a scene or a photograph, but a very, very high fine-grained image, and you're converting it into pixels, which has definite structure at a much lower resolution than the original image.

The very process softens your image. So you'll want to sharpen nearly every one of your digital images that you capture with a scanner or digital camera, the question becomes how much and when you want to apply the sharpening? And along the way, we'll talk about some things to avoid. Here we have the same image, this is the Kodiak Tundra image, but the left hand on...

Sharpening and its effects
Video duration: 10m 40s 6h 53m Intermediate

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Sharpening and its effects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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