Sharpening with Smart Sharpen


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Sharpening with Smart Sharpen

Now that we have worked on the overall tone and color of this photograph we are ready to sharpen it. The way that we are going to sharpen this image is we are going to navigate over the background layer. We will right-click or Ctrl-click the background layer and choose Convert to Smart Object. This way we can use a Smart Filter while sharpening this image. Next let's double-click the Zoom tool to take the image to 100% so we can see nice details there, then we will navigate to our Filter pulldown menu and choose Sharpen and good old Smart Sharpen. Now, the Smart Sharpen dialog open, what I like to do is to try to align this so I can see some of my image in the background there. I can also see the preview in this preview window, so I have the best of both worlds. I'm getting a little bit of larger preview and align it with the background image if I can.

Now typically what you want to do with Smart Sharpening is you want to have your Radius is going to be pretty low and our Amou...

Sharpening with Smart Sharpen
Video duration: 3m 55s 5h 10m Intermediate

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Sharpening with Smart Sharpen provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Desktop Printing Techniques

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Photography
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Photoshop
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