Matching static pixel-level edits


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Matching static pixel-level edits

At the end of the last exercise I promised we are going to look at luminance nlending. We are, but in just a moment. In the next exercise actually, to be more specific. In the mean time, I want to show you a little bit of a problem associated with working with this High Pass layer and I was telling you this independent High Pass layer, this old school technique, provides two advantages over Smart Filters. One, we are able to adjust the amount of the High Pass independently using a clipped Levels adjustment layer and we are able to take the saturation out of the High Pass layer, so that we don't exaggerate any color discrepancies inside the image. But here is the downside, check it out.

I am going to go ahead and zoom in on this model's eye here and it looks like she is over-sharpened, but bear in mind we are printing this image, so I want it look extra crunchy on screen. But I am not sure that I want this. I am not sure what this thing is. First of all, it might be a lump of makeup bec...

Matching static pixel-level edits
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Matching static pixel-level edits provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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