Sharpening a low-frequency portrait


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Sharpening a low-frequency portrait

In this exercise we are going to take a look at how to sharpen a low frequency portrait shot with the source in mind. I want you to go ahead and navigate to the 05_for_source folder, here inside the Bridge, find Dangerous gentleman.dng. This image comes to us from photographer, Nick Monu of iStockphoto.com. I am going to go ahead and open it on up by pressing Ctrl+R or Command+R in the Mac, in order to invoke Camera RAW here inside the Bridge. Lets go ahead and press crtl+alt+0, or Command option 0 on the Mac in order to switch to the 100% zoom level.

I am going to go ahead and keep his eye on screen, that's the part of the image I want to see, that's the portion of the image you want to keep an eye on whenever you are working with a portrait shot, because the eye is the detail that needs to stay most sharply focused, most of the time, generally speaking. Alright, lets go ahead and switch over to the Detail panel, which of course you can do by pressing ctrl+alt+3 or Command option 3 on...

Sharpening a low-frequency portrait
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Sharpening a low-frequency portrait provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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Photography
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