Sharpening images


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Sharpening images

Even if a photo looks sharp to you, almost every digital photo will look better with some sharpening. Sharpening just before outputting is most important; some people also do capture sharpening at the beginning of their editing workflow and some creative sharpening during their workflow too. When you're doing output sharpening, you want to resize your photo or a copy of your photo to the size at which you plan to output it, either to print or to screen, and then sharpen the resized copy, since the amount of sharpening that a photo needs depends on its size.

To accurately preview sharpening, make sure that you're viewing your photo at 100%. If you're not, double-clicking the Zoom tool as a shortcut for bringing the photo to a 100% in the Document window. To sharpen this photo, go up to the Enhance menu. From here, I can choose either Unsharp Mask or Adjust Sharpness. I'll go with Unsharp Mask to start. In the Unsharp Mast dialog box, there is another preview of the image tha...

Sharpening images
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Sharpening images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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