Recognizing problems with the conventional workflow


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Recognizing problems with the conventional workflow

Alright, so we have seen how the conventional sharpening workflow works and there is nothing terribly wrong with it necessarily. I mean it does provide a benefit; you are sharpening for the printer, which is an important thing to do. It's just that I think most folks agree any more that it's an antiquated approach and one of the things it doesn't account for is layers. Layers have been with us, layers are a big part of what we do inside Photoshop. The whole conventional just sharpening for the printer workflow doesn't take layers into account at all. It doesn't take the source of the image into account either.

It doesn't take the content of the image into account, it doesn't take the details into account, it doesn't take various layers into account, and as it turns out, it's not the right approach for this image at all. So let's see what went wrong where this image is concerned and we'll also see a better approach and sort of take a look at what'...

Recognizing problems with the conventional workflow
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Recognizing problems with the conventional workflow provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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Photography
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