Multiple-pass sharpening


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Multiple-pass sharpening

We apply sharpening for a variety of reasons, including compensating for softness in the original capture, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal and compensating for softness introduced when the image is printed or otherwise shared. As such, it can be helpful to apply sharpening in multiple passes, with each pass optimized for a particular purpose. Let's take a look at how you can approach multiple pass sharpening. I'm going to start by opening a raw capture, an image that has had absolutely no sharpening applied to it at any stage of the workflow thus far. Well, obviously there has not been much of a workflow so far since the only real tasks have been to capture the image and copy it onto my computer. But the point is that even in the camera itself, no sharpening has been applied to this raw capture.

I'll choose file, open from the menu and I'll choose the raw capture that I'd like to open and then click the open button. This will cause the image to be...

Multiple-pass sharpening
Video duration: 7m 50s 2h 38m Intermediate

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Multiple-pass sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Sharpening Power Workshop

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