Sharpening for output


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Sharpening for output

When sharpening an image, naturally you're going to focus your attention on the image and trying to make it look its best. And yet, in many cases, you really can't base your final sharpening effect entirely on what you see on your monitor display. For example, when printing an image, the spreading of ink on paper, Dot Gain, is a significant concern. You can compensate for docking with sharpening, but generally, you'll need to apply relatively strong sharpening in order to produce the best final results. In other words, the best sharpening effect will often require a bit of trial and error, and may yield over sharpening.

Sharpening you think is too strong, but is actually beneficial for the final result. Let's take a look at an example of output sharpening. In this case, I've prepared the image for printing and I'm ready to sharpen it. But I'm going to be sending the file to an offset press printer, and they've sent specific requirements for s...

Sharpening for output
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Sharpening for output provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Sharpening Power Workshop

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