Avoiding color shifts


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Avoiding color shifts

When you apply sharpening to an image, Edge Contrast is enhanced. Unfortunately, that sometimes leads to slight color shifts along the edges in the image, which can be problematic at times. In this lesson, I'll show you a technique that enables you to remove the color effect caused by Sharpening. One of the most flexible methods for approaching this technique is to utilize a Smart Filter. So I'm going to convert my Background Image layer to a Smart object by choosing Filter > Convert For Smart Filters from the menu. I'll click OK, and my Background Image Layer is now a Smart object.

So when I apply a sharpening filter, or any other filter for that matter, it will be added as a smart filter. I'll go ahead and choose Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask. Normally, I use Smart Sharp, and for my Sharpening, including when I'm using this particular technique. But with Unsharp Mask, I'll be able to produce a little bit more exaggerated result, and I w...

Avoiding color shifts
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Avoiding color shifts provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Sharpening Power Workshop

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