Sharpen large areas with the Radial filter Photoshop CC


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Sharpening large areas with the Radial filter

Another way that we can selective sharpen and improve the details in our photographs is by working with the radio filter. The radio filter is a phenomenal tool. Especially when, when you want to work on a larger area of a photograph. In this movie, we'll be working with this picture which I've captured of this interesting restaurant which is located up in the mountains just above Santa Barbara where I live. And this is a picture that I captured as I was walking by. And because of that, if you hover over the image and click to zoom in or press Cmd+Plus on a Mac or Ctrl+Plus on Windows, to zoom in all the way to 100%, what you'll discover is while there is some good detail, it Isn't that sharp.

So what I want to do is improve the sharpness. I also want to add a bit of color and warmth, in order to draw the viewer in to a specific area of this picture. So here, let's zoom out, press Cmd-+Minus on a Mac or Ctrl+Minus on Windows multiple times so we can see the entire frame. Next, lets sel...

Sharpening large areas with the Radial filter
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Sharpening large areas with the Radial filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CC for Photographers: Sharpening

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