Previously in the course, we talked about Sharpening.…In this video, I'd like to just focus on Sharpening all by itself, because…there're some details that you should know as you start to sharpen your…images that can help really improve your image or damage your image if you're not careful.…So, we're starting here with a black- and-white photograph of some tundra…leaves and groundsel and I'm just going to magnify that so we can see what…we're looking at here.…You notice there's lots of detail in here that we can use for Sharpening.…Now first just to remind you that whenever you capture an image, you digitize…it with a scanner or a digital camera, it automatically softens the image.…
Because basically you're taking what is a continuous tone view and converting…it into relatively large pixels. So it loses some of the detail in the…process of being captured.…What I want to do here is just move my frame in, so we can see a before and…after version with the Sharpening and then let's activate our Unsharp Mask tool.…
- Arranging your workspace
- Setting up color management
- Setting scan frame and resolution
- Calibrating the scanner
- Performing grayscale and color automatic scans
- Performing a negative color film scan
- Scanning simple line art and changing it into vectors
- Scanning photos
- Making global color corrections to a scan
- Removing noise, dust, and scratches
- Batch scanning
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introducing SilverFast
Launching SilverFast4m 2s
2. Setting up for Automatic Scanning Projects
3. Start to Finish: Automatic Scanning Projects
4. Setting up for Manual Scanning
5. Start to Finish: Manual Scanning Projects
6. Special Scanning Topics
7. Streamlining Your Scanning
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