Sharpening for the web


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Sharpening for the web

In this movie, we are going to continue to work with the same image. Now we are going to sharpen this image so that we can send it via email or post it online. We go to the Background layer, right- click or Ctrl-click and choose Convert To Smart Object. Next we want to name that layer, and I'll go ahead and name this 'original'. Next we will navigate to the Filter pulldown menu and select Sharpen, and choose Smart Sharpen. Now you could use any of your sharpening techniques here, I'm just going to choose Smart Sharpen because I have to choose one and because it is a pretty good sharpening technique. I'll turn More Accurate off, and here is what I want to do. Advanced is on, Remove, Lens Blur, Amount, somewhere in the high one hundreds, right. Your Radius, either 0.1 or 0.2, sometimes 0.3, although typically it's best to have a real low radius. And then to dial in the sharpening with the Amount here, and we go ahead and find the sweet spot with the sharpening.

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Sharpening for the web
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Sharpening for the web provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS4 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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