Sharpening for inkjet output


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Sharpening for inkjet output

Now that we have assigned the proper settings for the commercial reproduction of this image, lets take a look at the settings that we would apply for local inkjet or dye sublimation output. If you just joined me, I am working inside of the catch up document called Halftone landscape.PSD because we have prepared the image for halftone reproduction and of course it's found inside the 08_For_Output folder. Lets go over to our Smart Object right here that has the High Pass filter assigned to it and lets turn High Pass off. We don't want to apply two passes of the output sharpening.

We just want one or the other; we are just keeping High Pass around in case we need it and we also keep Smart Sharpen around in case we need it. By the way, lets go ahead and check out our chart once again, this is that Recommended Settings.PSD file and I am going to bring up my Layer Comps palette and switch over to inkjet. So that we can see that since we are going to 300 PPI; we want to apply this Smart Sharp...

Sharpening for inkjet output
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Sharpening for inkjet output provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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