How to Use Smart Sharpen Photoshop CC


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Using Smart Sharpen

In this movie, we will continue to work with this portrait of my daughter Anika, that we first resize so that we could create a 4 by 6 print. And then next, we took a look at how we can use the Unsharp mask filter in order to sharpen this photograph. Well here in this movie, we're going to shift our attention to another filter which I think is superior. And it's a filter which is called Smart sharpen. In order to keep things simple, let's click into this layer, the Unsharp mask layer, and drag that to the trash can icon just to delete that layer.

And then let's duplicate the background layer. Click and drag this to the new layer icon. Double-click the layer name, and let's name this layer SS for Smart Sharpen. Next, we'll navigate to our Filter pull down menu, and here we'll choose Sharpen, and then we'll select Smart Sharpen. Again, that's Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. This will open up the Smart Sharpen dialog. Now your dialog may appear differently than ...

Using Smart Sharpen
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Using Smart Sharpen provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CC for Photographers: Sharpening

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