Employing a static High Pass layer


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Employing a static High Pass layer

In this and the next exercise we are going to talk about a couple of scenarios that aren't well suited to Smart Filters and we are going to see how we can still achieve non destructive effect albeit using old school technique essentially. I am looking at this image that is called Trade runner.jpeg that's found inside of the 04_Support_Stuff folder and this image comes to us from photographer Nick Roberts of iStockphoto.com once again. I am going to sharpen this image using the High Pass filter.

Now High Pass. You can combine High Pass along with a Smart Object if you want to, so you can apply it as a Smart Filter, however its a rather limited utility as you will see. So lets run through the Smart Filter approach. I am going to take this image here inside the Layers palette, I am going to click on the Layers palette menu and choose Convert to Smart Object, in order to convert it to Smart Object. We will just go ahead and rename it something like Model or something along those lines. Then ...

Employing a static High Pass layer
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Employing a static High Pass layer provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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