Preparing an image for print


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Preparing an image for print

Now that we've crafted this wonderful used neutral composition, how do we go about sharpening it for output? Well I need to remind you, those of you who have been with me throughout the series, about the conventional workflow because we are going back to the conventional sharpening workflow, although I've got quite a few unconventional things to share with you. So I am going to go ahead and bring up that slide from Chapter 2, the last time we discussed this, it's this guy right its called Conventional Workflow.PSD, found inside the 02_When_to_Sharpen folder.

There's not really any reason to open it, but just in case. Notice that the first step is to edit the image. We've already done that. We've got all of our stuff, we've got a ton of nondestructive edits applied as independent layers. We're doing awesome; we haven't changed a single pixel inside of the original image from photographer Nick Roberts. Then we need to flatten the image. So we need to go ahead and...

Preparing an image for print
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Preparing an image for print provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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