Work with Smart Sharpen Photoshop CS6


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Working with Smart Sharpen

I love the process of sharpening a picture because typically it means that you're at the end of your overall workflow. You want to sharpen your image just before you're ready to send that to the client or to the printer or to post it online. So here in this chapter, we are going to focus in on how we can create tack sharp images. We are going to start off with this picture which I captured just a few blocks away from Adobe's headquarters in San Jose, California. Let's go ahead and double-click on the Zoom tool in order to zoom in to 100% on this image, so that we can see the color and tone and texture that we have in this image.

Well, the photograph looks pretty good, but I want to make it look better, and I want to do so using what's called Smart Sharpen. So in our Layers panel, let's duplicate the layer, because typically, you want to do the sharpening on a new layer so that you can modify or customize it if needed. Let's do that by pressing Command+J on a M...

Working with Smart Sharpen
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Working with Smart Sharpen provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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