Understanding the use-neutral composition


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Understanding the use-neutral composition

Over the course of this chapter we're going to be sharpening two images, one is a high frequency landscape image, this one specifically in fact, which comes to us from photographer Nick Roberts of iStockphoto.com. And later we will sharpen a lower frequency portrait image. But here's the thing. When we're sharpening for output, we don't care whether the image is high frequency or low frequency or what. The content of the image be darned. All we care about is the resolution of the final output and the kind of output, whether we're going to an inkjet printer or we're going to be commercially reproducing the document or we are displaying the image on a computer screen, for example, either in presentation or on a webpage or on a kiosk, what have you. And as a result we treat landscape images and portrait images exactly the same, and you'll how well that works.

But before we begin sharpening this image for print, lets take a look at a couple of special issues where this...

Understanding the use-neutral composition
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Understanding the use-neutral composition provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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