Sharpen on top of blur Photoshop CS6


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Sharpening on top of blur

Now I need to compensate for the effects of Gaussian Blur, which has slightly blurred the detail inside this image, and that means we need to sharpen the image slightly, and because this is a portrait shot, the best filter for the job is high pass. So I'll go up to the Filter menu, choose Other, and then choose High Pass, and notice if you loaded dekeKeys it's got a keyboard shortcut, a Shift+F10. And what you want to do is set the High Pass Filter to a radius that still allows you to see the edges, now ten is way too much but I found if I took it down to about five pixels I could still see a little bit of edged detail while most of the image turns gray.

Then I will go ahead and click OK in order to accept that effect. Now we need to turn this filter into Sharpening Effect and we'll do so by modifying the Blend mode. So double-click on the slider icon to the right of the words High Pass. Now we'll bring up the Blending Options dialog box. Now most of the time...

Sharpening on top of blur
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Sharpening on top of blur provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Advanced

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Design
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Photoshop Camera Raw
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