Sharpening photos


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Sharpening photos

Almost every digital image can benefit from sharpening. That's because the very process of capturing and working with a digital image can soften it so that your final print or other output may look a little softer than you would like. Some people sharpen throughout their editing workflow. At the beginning when they first capture an image and then from time to time as they're working on the image. I think it's particularly important to sharpen just before you output the image. When you do so, you want to resize to your final output size first, because the amount of sharpening that you'll apply will depend on how large the image is.

When you're ready to sharpen, you want to view the image at 100% which is the only way to accurately judge sharpening. So I am going to go to the toolbar and I'll double-click the Zoom tool to view this image at 100%. Then I can use the Hand tool or I can press the Spacebar to temporarily access the Hand tool to pan around to the area tha...

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 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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