Using high-frequency source sharpening


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Using high-frequency source sharpening

Alright, now lets talk about sharpening a high frequency image, and once again we are going to take the image into Camera RAW to sharpen for the source, and then we are going to take it into Photoshop to sharpen for the detail. Now I have got the Bridge once again trained on the 06_for_detail folder, that's inside the exercise files folder. I would like you to go ahead and select the Cabs and buildings.jpg image. This image comes to us from Damir Spanic, once again of iStockphoto.com. By the way, if you scroll down your list a little bit here, you will see the original Coffee to go.jpg image that we opened a few exercises back, notice it has a little settings icon in the upper right hand corner of the thumbnail. That indicates that now the Bridge considers this to be a Camera RAW file, and it has some Camera RAW settings saved along with it.

If you don't want those Camera RAW settings to be assigned to the JPEG file anymore, which I suggest you don't, then go ahead and right click o...

Using high-frequency source sharpening
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Using high-frequency source sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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