Modifying the source sharpening


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Modifying the source sharpening

Alright, just to recap, we have taken this image from photographer, Quavondo Nguyen of iStockphoto.com, and we have sharpened it inside of Camera RAW, and then we have applied a second pass of sharpening inside of Photoshop. Now the image looks pretty darn good. It looks a little over sharpened on screen, but if we were to flatten the image and downsample it using the Image Size command, our edits would hold up quite nicely. Thing is, we have attacked the same detail twice. So when we sharpen the image with a source in mind inside of Camera RAW, we took into account that this was a low frequency portrait image, and then when we sharpened for detail here inside Photoshop, we took into account that this was a low frequency image as well.

I don't really recommend you work that way. Again, its not a bad way to work, but it's not the ideal approach. The ideal approach is if, and just bear with me here, but if you are going to apply second pass of sharpening for detail here inside of Photosho...

Modifying the source sharpening
Video duration: 5m 21s 10h 36m Intermediate

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

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Photography
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