Painting away High Pass sharpening


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Painting away High Pass sharpening

I've saved my progress as Busted high pass layer.psd, so called because the high pass layer contains vestiges of the noise that we just got rid of, using the Lens Blur Filter. So how in a world do we now turn around and modify that layer since it's really a composite view of all, but the lens blur layer below it? How do we modify the contents of that lens blur layer, so that it stops sharpening details that we don't want to have sharpened? Well let me show you, it's a really cool technique by the way.

I'm going to go ahead and zoom in on this critter's feelers here. And you can see that I've all the details inside this butterfly image. The feelers are the ones that are best demonstrating or I might say, worse demonstrating the halos that are part and parcel of the sharpening effect inside of Photoshop. But sometimes the halos go too far. Sometimes, they are just too darn obvious, and you don't want them. And they're going to appear most obvious around ...

Painting away High Pass sharpening
Video duration: 8m 22s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Painting away High Pass sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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