Sharpening colors vs. luminosity


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Sharpening colors vs. luminosity

All right, at the end of the last exercise, I was showing you how Unsharp Mask has a habit of producing aberrantly colored halos inside of an image. This can happen not only with Unsharp Mask, but any of the sharpening functions inside Photoshop. I want to show you why it happens, and then I want to show you the solution. So what I've done here is, I've gone ahead and opened Simpli-fly.jpg found inside the 15_sharpen folder. Then I've created three more windows into that same image. I did that by the way by going up to the Window menu, choosing Arrange, and then choosing New Window for Simpli-fly.jpg.

The advantage of doing this by the way is that you have multiple views of the exact same image. So in our case, the reason I'm working this way is notice I have the Channels panel up. In this very first version of the image, I'm viewing the entire RGB composite, so the combination of Red, Green, and Blue working together. Then if I switch to the next image, that is this sec...

Sharpening colors vs. luminosity
Video duration: 5m 56s 26h 24m Intermediate Updated Aug 31, 2010

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Sharpening colors vs. luminosity 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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Photoshop
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