The single-shot sharpness


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The single-shot sharpness

Alright, I am now zoomed into the 200% zoom ratio on this orange snake against a blue background that is found inside the orangeonblue.jpg file inside the 11 Sharpen folder. And the reason I am zoomed into 200% is so that we can see the results of some of the more subtle sharpen functions. Now all of Photoshop sharpening capabilities are located under the Filter menu and the Filter menu frankly is something of a hodgepodge as it turns out there are all kinds of commands, they run the gamut and they are organized into one submenu after another as you can see here just gobs and gobs of submenus.

Now if there is a tie that binds some of the filters anyway, it's that many of them are edge detection functions, so they either exaggerate the degree of contrast between neighboring pixels or they downplay the degree of contrast or they merge pixels together, what have you, some sort of edge detection and edge manipulation is going on. And that's certainly true of the Sharpen functions right here...

The single-shot sharpness
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The single-shot sharpness provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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