High Pass sharpening an image


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High Pass sharpening an image

Another great sharpening technique is to use what's called a High Pass filter. Let's take a look at how that filter works here. Well first, we know that we want to zoom into 100%. We will do so by pressing a shortcut on a Mac Command+Option+0, on a PC, Ctrl+Alt+0, and then press the Spacebar key and click and drag to reposition the image. Next, what we want to do is copy our background layer. We can do so by clicking and dragging this to the New Layer icon, or we can press a shortcut on a Mac Command+J, PC Ctrl+J. Let's name this new layer hp for High Pass.

Next step is going to be navigate to our Filter pulldown menu. Where you can go all the way to the bottom and then over to High Pass. In this High Pass dialog what we are going to see is we can control the radius. Now that's really interesting, too high a Radius. It's going to look weird, too low a Radius. We are not going to see anything at all. If you want more exact control, you can hover it over the word Radius ...

High Pass sharpening an image
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High Pass sharpening an image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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Photography
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