Learning that technique trumps timing


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Learning that technique trumps timing

We now return to the original question posed by this Chapter is, when do you sharpen? When in the editing cycle do you sharpen your image? What I hope I have made clear with this ad nauseam discussion of these various sharpening workflows is that that's a very difficult question to answer. There is no one answer to when you sharpen. You can sharpen at various stages in the editing cycle. In fact, I would go farther than that. I would say that the technique, the sharpening techniques, that are available to you are more important than the timing.

This is going to seem to some folks like a radical, even dangerous proposition, but let me explain what I am talking about here. Notice the title to this final slide of the Chapter, it says 'Technique Comes Before Timing', which is true, and if you want to open this image, it's called Technique Trumps Timing.PSD found inside the O2_when_to_sharpen folder. There are four broad categories of sharpening techniques that are available to you. Tw...

Learning that technique trumps timing
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Learning that technique trumps timing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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