Avoiding clipping with luminance blending


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Avoiding clipping with luminance blending

Alright this time around, as promised, I am going to show you how to resolve clipped highlights and shadows that are a function of a sharpening effect that are created by a sharpening effect. We will get rid of those clipped highlights and shadows using luminance blending, which is only applicable to static layers; you can't apply it to a Smart Filter. Of course I'll show you what I mean, but first I am working inside of this image here called High Pass layers.PSD, its available inside of the 04_support_staff folder, for those of you who are just joining me. It includes the High Pass layer and the clipped Levels adjustment layer.

I want you to see something about High Pass and this amount elevation right there. If I zoom in on the fur and I want to show you before and after view, so if I click on the eyeball to turn off this layer, this is what it looked like before. This is the unsharpened version of the image, that is to say, and this is the sharpened version. Now the highlights and ...

Avoiding clipping with luminance blending
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Avoiding clipping with luminance blending provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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Photography
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