Erasing sharpening with the history brush


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Erasing sharpening with the history brush

Alright. Now you may recall in the previous exercise at the end I told we were going to take a look at some alternative sharpening workflows. I lied. We are going to do that in the next exercise. In this exercise this one thing I forgot to show you and I want you to do that right now. I forgot to account for the fact that Max's coat is a little too textural and it's kind of have got a little bit of a pattern going on inside of it we don't that. So we want to able to mitigate the sharpening effect inside of this area. Now if I were working, what I would typically do and what I'll show you in the future.

I would typically apply a non-destructive sharpening modification and then I could mitigate the sharpening effect using a layer mask or a filter mask something along those lines. But, in this case, I applied the Smart Sharpen filter it directly to the image. So I'm going to have to brush away the sharpening effects that I don't want using the History brush. It's a diff...

Erasing sharpening with the history brush
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Erasing sharpening with the history brush provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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