Sharpening photos


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Sharpening photos

When I am all done correcting a photo, my last step is to sharpen the photo for output. Almost every photograph is going to need output sharpening, even if it looks sharp to you already, because just the process of capturing and working on a digital image will soften it. There are a couple of things to do before you start sharpening. If I plan to resize a copy of the photo for output, I make sure to resize it before sharpening, using the Image Size command under the Image>Resize menu, which I am going to cancel out over right now, and that's because the size of a photo affects how much sharpening it will need.

Also, if there is more than one layer in a file, in this case there is only one layer, I will make sure to flatten the layers and sharpen the remaining single flattened layer, and that's because you can only sharpen one layer at a time. I will also remember to save this resized flattened sharpened version with a different name than the original file, so that I don't...

Sharpening photos
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Sharpening photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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