Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask


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Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask

One could argue that the filter that you'll end up using the most is one of the Sharpen filters in Photoshop. Now I do recommend that you sharpen your images in Camera Raw before you bring them into Photoshop, especially if you are starting from a RAW file. But even if you have sharpened the image in Camera Raw, you might need to sharpen it further once you have the image in Photoshop, especially if you re-sampled image. If you've made the image smaller and thrown away pixels, you're always going to end up with the softer image when you do that. So, you'll still need to learn how to sharpen directly in Photoshop as well.

Tip number one is you need to make sure you sharpen at the 100% view. That's the most accurate view for sharpening. What you see at the 100% view is what you'll notice in your final destination, whether that be a print or onscreen. So, let's take this to the 100% view the quick way, Command+1 or Ctrl+1, back to 100% here. And I have got my Hand t...

Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask
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Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask 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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