Black-and-white High Pass sharpening


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Black-and-white High Pass sharpening

Select the file corwig_wolf_kids and then double-click it open it in Photoshop. We have this nice portrait of these three sisters. What I want to do is I want to sharpen this image. I want to sharpen this with a technique that's called High Pass. So let's go ahead and Ctrl- click or Right-click on the Background layer and choose Convert to Smart Object. Next we are going to navigate to our Filter pulldown menu, Other and then choose good old High Pass. Now you probably haven't gone here before. So I want to deconstruct a little bit what's happening. I'm going to zoom-in on my image. So I'll go ahead and press Command+ on the Mac, Ctrl+ on a PC and then press the Spacebar to reposition the image. So we can actually see what we have here and then I'll reposition this dialog as well so we can see another view.

All right. Well I have my radius amount. How does that work? When I take this all the way off, I'm just seeing gray. But when I bring it up, I'm s...

Black-and-white High Pass sharpening
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Black-and-white High Pass sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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