Using High Pass for portraits


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Using High Pass for portraits

In this exercise we are going to sharpen the detail inside the image, this is low frequency image, so we are going to sharpen accordingly, here inside Photoshop. Now bear in mind, we just gone through sharpening the image in the previous exercises inside Camera RAW for the source, for the digital photography process. Now we are about to heap more sharpening on top of this image, here inside Photoshop. Now conventional wisdom says that you are not supposed to do that, you are not supposed to sharpen an image multiple times, sequentially let alone in a row. I am going to tell you that done properly it produces fantastic effects, as you will see over the course of next few exercises.

Alright. So if you just joining me, you can catch right up by opening this image called Base Smart Object.PSD, that's found inside the 06_For_Detail folder and it contains a Smart Object notice that in this is a Camera RAW Smart Object, so if you were to double click on this Smart Object thumbnail here inside the L...

Using High Pass for portraits
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Using High Pass for portraits 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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