The subterfuge of sharpness


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The subterfuge of sharpness

Let's start things off by opening the image called OrangeOnBlue.jpeg it's found inside the 11Sharpen folder and this image once again comes to us from photographer Andrea Gingrich. Wonderful thing that these photographers are willing to share their work with us helps us all out tremendously I think. Alright I am going to go ahead and press the F key in order to switch to the Maximize mode here so that we get rid of that weird little blue title bar here under Windows Vista and let's go ahead and check out this snake. I am going to zoom in on it so that we are viewing the animal at the 100% zoom level and notice that there is a certain softness to the focus of this image, it is by no means blurry because were the image blurry, there is just about nothing we could do in order to save it.

Photoshop as we learned earlier when we took a look at Up Sampling using the image size command a few chapters back Photoshop is not capable of generating detail where no detail exists. Real focus is a f...

The subterfuge of sharpness
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The subterfuge of 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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