Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Preparing a photo for output and sharpening, part of Photoshop: Sharpening Power (2011).
More often than not, when I'm preparing an image for output, I use the exact same workflow. …This includes preparing images for print as well as other forms of sharing. …And sharpening is part of this overall workflow. …In this lesson, I'm going to show you the approach I take when preparing an image …for output. As you can see, I have a layered …Photoshop document. I have my original background image, a …clean up layer, a vegnette layer, and several adjustment layers, and this is a …relatively typical scenario. I've been working to optimize this image …and in the process, using the non-destructive workflow, I've created a …variety of layers. Now, I'd like to prepare this image to be printed.…
The first thing I need to do is make sure that I've actually saved this file. …This image becomes my master image. It contains all of my layers, and retains …maximum flexibility for me. Anytime I want to prepare new output from …this image, I'm going to return to this file, the Photoshop file, that contains …
- When to sharpen
- Zoom settings for sharpening
- Sharpening RAW captures
- Preparing a photo for output and sharpening
- Using Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen
- Creative and targeted sharpening
- Using advanced blending options
- Multiple-pass sharpening
- Using third-party tools
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop CS4: Sharpening Images New Featureswith Deke McClelland58m 40s Intermediate
Photoshop CS5: Selections in Depthwith Jan Kabili3h 45m Intermediate
1. Sharpening Concepts
2. Sharpening RAW Captures
3. Sharpening in Photoshop
4. Advanced Photoshop Sharpening
5. Third-Party Tools
6. Sharpening Projects
Sharpening and softening6m 53s
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