Sharpening a scanned photograph shot on film


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Sharpening a scanned photograph shot on film

In this exercise, we are going to take a look at alternative sharpening workflow number one right here, sharpening for film. And I'm taking up where I left off in the last exercise that is to say, I'm looking at the Alternative Sharpening Workflow.PSD document that's found inside of the 02_When_To_Sharpen folder. And if you were to bring up your Layer Comps palette you would see that I'm looking at this Layer Comp right there that's called 'and more'. We are about to move on to the next one, Workflow # 1. Let's go ahead and move on right now.

And I've set this up, by the way, I am going to go ahead and Shift-Tab away my palettes there, I set this up so I have a keyboard shortcut to advance from one Layer Comp to another. So I don't have to keep bringing up that palette. Now you can see we are looking at a slide called 'Sharpening a Scanned Film Photograph'. We'll start by opening the scanned image. All film media whether it's transparency o...

Sharpening a scanned photograph shot on film
Video duration: 2m 45s 10h 36m Intermediate

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Sharpening a scanned photograph shot on film 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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Photoshop
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