Calculating very large-format settings


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Calculating very large-format settings

In the previous exercise we were talking about the ideal sharpening settings for commercial reproduction, and I was suggesting different Radius values to apply using the High Pass filter based on the print resolution,. And the idea is we want those halos to be as small as they possibly can while remaining visible. If they get any bigger they become obvious halos and that ruins the effect. If they become any smaller, they are not visible at all anymore and you're not going to see the results of your sharpening. These values have been put through the paces, they should work out beautifully for you, but they assume that you're seeing the artwork up-close and personal, so no farther way then about a foot.

That works great for your print publications, for books and your magazines and your newsletters and newspapers and so on and so on. It also works well for calendar art, it works well for posters that you put on a wall inside of your home or office, it works well for artwork that you'r...

Calculating very large-format settings
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Calculating very large-format settings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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