Using low-frequency source sharpening


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Using low-frequency source sharpening

Lets start things up by taking a look at how to sharpen a low frequency image. By low frequency, I mean gradual transitions between luminance levels, between highlights and mid-tones and shadows inside of the image. Now you typically want to treat any portrait shot as a low frequency image, even if it has a busy background with a lot of rapid transitions. Lot of rapid luminance transitions in it or if the person is wearing busy clothing with a lot of tight fabric patterns and so on. Even So you want to go ahead and treat it as a low frequency image because that is the most forgiving kind of sharpening that you can apply and after all we do want to be forgiving even with beautiful people like this one, right here.

Now I should tell you that we are going to start things up from the very beginning. So we are going to sharpen for the source. Bring the image in the Photoshop as a Smart Object and then we are going to sharpen for detail inside of Photoshop and sort of mix and match our source sharpen...

Using low-frequency source sharpening
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Using low-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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