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Old March 8th, 2007, 07:00 PM
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Originally Posted by javabear View Post
I, too, like #2 better (other than the soft focus). Have you tried doing a high pass sharpening? If not, dupe the image to a new layer, run a high pass filter on it (you'll have to play with the settings to see how much of high pass you want to run against it) and then set the merge mode for that layer to Hard Light. It may help... or it may make it look oversharpened. It's just something to play around with.
I'll try that, thanks java
Thans in_d and Java for your comments
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