Using on-the-fly edge masking


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Using on-the-fly edge masking

In this exercise I am going to demonstrate how to use the Masking value here inside the Detail panel of the Camera RAW dialog box. I am still working inside of that Ornaments defringed.dng file. The only changes I've made to it are to reduce the Radius value to 0.6 and to increase the Detail value to 80. Now you might look at the sharpened result and say "Deke, this is way too far. We're making these edges super-crunchy here, really crispy and we're applying too much sharpening especially given that we're just sharpening for the source.

We're not trying to sharpen for output; we don't want the image to look in anyway shape or form over-sharpened because that will harm our ability to edit the image in the future. So we just want to sure up the details inside the image, not over-emphasize them." Well, bear in mind that we've got this Amount value through the roof right Now set way too high, I have it set to its maximum value so we can gauge the other values. On...

Using on-the-fly edge masking
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Using on-the-fly edge masking 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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