Sharpening an image with High Pass and Overlay


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Sharpening an image with High Pass and Overlay

One of more common adjustments you will want to make to an image, especially before you print it, either in Inkjet printer or to one of the photo printing services that you might send your photos to or even offset printing, is to sharpen your image. You want your details to really pop. Here is a great image where we want these raindrops to really pop off that leaf, and really look a lot crisper and sharper than they currently do. Almost every image, especially if you are shooting raw, will tend to be a little bit soft, and you'll want to bring out those details. Now there are lots of different ways to sharpen images. You can use any of the Sharpening Filters that are available to you in the Filter menu, and you can even use Camera Raw.

But in this video, what I want to do is teach you one of my favorite ways to sharpen an image and reinforce one of the Blend modes, Overlay, and why it's so useful and cool. So, rather than learning you know all the bells and whistles in Smart Sharp...

Sharpening an image with High Pass and Overlay
Video duration: 5m 12s 11h 15m Beginner

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Sharpening an image with High Pass and Overlay provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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