Sharpening


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Sharpening

Here we're going to address the whole topic of sharpening, and in fact in the next two movies this one and the next one on de-screening, and they're closely related. I'll recommend that you actually view and study both of them. We're going to start with sharpening. In our previous discussions of sharpening we talked about establishing your workflows to where you're going to do your sharpening. Honestly I typically don't do my sharpening during the scan. I wait until much later in my workflow process, because the scan is very rarely the last thing I am going to do to my image even with a program like SilverFast which provide me so many controls. There's still a lot of composition work and editing and masking and so forth that I tend to do to my images might get them in the Photoshop.

If I'm going to be applying a lot of editing I don't want to do more sharpening until I'm all done with my editing, because remember that sharpening is an edge contrast...

Sharpening
Video duration: 9m 39s 6h 53m Intermediate

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Sharpening 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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