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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Double Pass & Hybrid Sharpening

Get the best of USM and High Pass techniques

Double Pass & Hybrid SharpeningDifferent sharpening techniques make the world look different.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Output Sharpening

Automate the process for best results

Output SharpeningImage source, frequency of detail, subject, personal preference, output device, substrate or presentation device, and presentation size all play a role in sharpening.  Read More...

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

High Pass Sharpening

Try this advanced technique for creative sharpening effects

High Pass SharpeningThere are three methods of sharpening in Photoshop that we should all be aware of: Luminance, Edge and High Pass sharpening.   Read More...

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Layers & Creative Sharpening

Gain more control with sharpening layers

Layers & Creative SharpeningIn this issue, we're going to examine how to use layers to gain finer control over the USM when you're using it creatively. There are many ways to modify sharpening effects using layers.  Read More...

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Creative Sharpening

Use Unsharp Mask for artistic effects

Creative SharpeningPrecise sharpening can improve almost any image.  

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Capture Sharpening

Working with RAW files

Capture SharpeningOptimal image sharpening is best done in three stages—capture (do it during RAW conversion), creative (do it in Photoshop) and output (automate it).   Read More...

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Creative Sharpening, Part I

When to sharpen in your workflow

Creative Sharpening, Part IThe vast majority of photographic images benefit from sharpening.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Using Lens Profiles

Correct a variety of distortions with Adobe’s extensive database of lens information

Using Lens Profiles 

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Blend It Out!

How to erase unwanted moving objects from a scene

Blend It Out!It’s a perfect shot! If only those unwanted moving objects (UMOs, i.e., a person or a crowd) in the scene would disappear.  Read More...


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