Sharpen an image with Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen Photoshop CC


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Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen

Two of the most commonly used filters for sharpening in Photoshop are the Unsharp Mask and the Smart Sharpen. They both help to prepare your images for the device that you're going to display your image on whether that's on screen or in print. So, let's take a look at both options to see when we might use one of these filters over the other. Now, before we apply the filter to make it non-destructive, we'll use our contact-sensitive menus and convert this to a smart object. Then, under the Filter menu, you'll notice under the Sharpen menu there are a variety of different options. These Sharpen, Sharpen Edges and Sharpen More.

You'll notice that there aren't three dots or an ellipse after these. That means that you really don't have any control. You just apply the filter and no dialog box comes up. Photoshop just applies it. So, even though it's flexible, meaning that we could take the filter off or use a mask and paint it in. Selectively,...

Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen
Video duration: 7m 22s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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