Using the High Pass filter


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Using the High Pass filter

Now if you have'nt guessed this already I am fairly obsessed with how the sharpening filters works inside the Photoshop and this goes way back for me. This obsession goes way back to when I first start working on the Photoshop Bible back in 1993 and I came up with the edge masking back then which has fairly caught fire over the years. Actually, I will show you how to create an edge mask in the next chapter. But fast forward several years, I had it in my head that Gaussian Blur was the grand parent of Unsharp Mask and I am guessing that came from some casual comment, an engineer at Adobe made one day.

But it lodged itself in my brain and I am sitting there, thinking, well whats the parent? What is the missing link in between? I came up with using the High Pass command in order to sharpen an image. Wrote it up inside my Photoshop CS 101 book and it's another one of those things that has become very popular. I am not sure if everybody is getting that from me because it's very possible pe...

Using the High Pass filter
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Using the High Pass filter 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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