Previewing how sharpening will print


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Previewing how sharpening will print

All right. So here I'm looking at the sharpened version of the snake. I've gone ahead and saved it off as a separate file called Sharp snake.jpg, found inside the 14_sharpen folder. Now, how do you get a sense of whether this image is really going to print sharply, whether it's going to look sharp after you print it? Well, the best way to get a sense of how the image is going to print is to print it. Just go ahead and print it to your local Inkjet printer, that is the Inkjet printer inside of your home or office, or to a network laser printer or whatever, that's the best way. But what if you don't have a printer available to you, or what if you're at the airport or something, and you still want to get a sense of how the image is going to print, or you just don't want to waste a bunch of paper, there must be a way to soft-proof the image on screen, and there is. It's gotten better much better inside of Photoshop CS4, thanks to OpenGL support. So you need...

Previewing how sharpening will print
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Previewing how sharpening will print provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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