Revealing low-frequency multipass sharpening


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Revealing low-frequency multipass sharpening

A few exercises ago, we soft proofed the various sharpening phases when applied to a high frequency landscape image. This time we are going to soft proof the various sharpening phases as they apply to a low frequency portrait image. Now before, the difference between the various sharpening phases was rather subtle, this time it is not. At the end of the pervious exercise, you may recall I had flattened the images and downsampled it so that we could do a soft proof of the sharpening effect. Obviously, I would want to go ahead and press Control+Alt+Z and Control+Alt+Z, a couple of times in row.

that's Command+Option+Z and Command+Option+Z a couple of times on the Mac in order to reinstate the full resolution layered version of this sharpened for output image. Alright, now lets take a look at another image right here. This one is called Comparison portrait.PSD and it contains 117 pixels per inch versions of each of the most essential phases here in the development of a sharpened image. Right N...

Revealing low-frequency multipass sharpening
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Revealing low-frequency multipass sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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