Sharpen for the web Photoshop CS6


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Sharpening for the web

Well the next step in our process for preparing this file to be viewed online or to send this with an e-mail is to sharpen and then to save this file using the Save for Web dialog. Let's clean up our Layers panel little bit. I'm not going to use this Hue/Saturation adjustment layer, because I created this curves layer, so I'll delete this by pressing Delete or Backspace. Next we need to duplicate that Background layer. To do so press Command+J or Ctrl+J, that's Command+J on the Mac or Ctrl+J on Windows. Now one of the things that we've learned about sharpening is that this sharpen layer, we want to change its blending mode to luminosity.

To do that, click on the layer Blending mode pulldown menu and here we can choose Luminosity. Next step, navigate to the Filter pulldown menu and then choose Sharpen and Smart Sharpen. When it comes to sharpening for the web, typically you're going to want to use a radius of .1, .2 or .3. So you want to try to use the lowest radius ...

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 CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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