Sharpening with High Pass


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Sharpening with High Pass

I've gone ahead and saved the results of the last exercise as Emboss vs SS MB.psd, found inside the 15_sharpen folder. I am doing this so that you can look at this file on your own screen, if you want to as opposed to here in the video. Because even though we got rid of all that color saturation in the Emboss overlay layer, we are still getting some different colors out of this effect than we were with SS motion blur, and I actually prefer the colors that are going on inside the SS motion blur effect even though we have more noise inside that version of the image.

So again, it's going vary from one image to the other and you can decide which path to take. Anyway, I am going to switchover here now to Ready for High Pass.psd, which is another variation on the squirrel's image right here. What we've got going is an Advanced 70% layer. You may recall that's the application of Smart Sharpen using the Advanced settings that required a little bit of work and then backing off t...

Sharpening with High Pass
Video duration: 9m 23s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Sharpening with High Pass provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design Photography
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