Reverting back to convention


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Reverting back to convention

The final heading on our slide is Sharpen for Output, which also happens to be the final chapter in this series and a final thing you do before you send an image on its merry way. Sharpening for output is the conventional purpose for sharpening an image. So we wont be encountering any controversy in this chapter. But I am going to have you approaches thr the process in a slightly atypical fashion. We'll start with a use neutral image that is a composition that is sharpened, smooth, and otherwise corrected without any specific medium or destination in mind.

Then we'll flatten, resample and sharpen the image for output using High Pass for commercial reproduction and Smart Sharpen, which produces crisper, clipped edges for inkjet. I'll even pass along some specific amount, radius, and blending settings that have worked well for me over the years. In the final exercise, well take a look at how to sharpen an image for the web or some other screen destinations. One thing we won't be d...

Reverting back to convention
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Reverting back to convention provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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