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Old October 17th, 2006, 01:52 PM
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High Pass Sharpening

Tutorial: High Pass Sharpening

Great tutorial, Dave Noel!
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Old October 18th, 2006, 11:12 PM
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Sweet toot.

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Thanks for the tutorial Dave.
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Thanks a lot!
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Thank you so much for this Dave! I've really been struggling with sharpening lately, especially with b&w images. I really think I've been over sharpening a lot of pictures. Really looking forward to trying this out
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Re: High Pass Sharpening

Thank you so much for this Dave! I've really been struggling with sharpening lately, especially with b&w images.

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Re: High Pass Sharpening

I use High Pass Sharpening on almost every photo I process. This is one routine that everyone should have a good handle on. I'll also make is a smart filter and mask the layer so I can have even finer control over the end process.
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Old July 31st, 2012, 11:49 AM
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Re: High Pass Sharpening

Great tutorial Helps me a lot. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: High Pass Sharpening

I only recently learned this technique. Before I used the unsharp mask. Does anyone know the differences in quality between the two? I've experienced issues with both sharpening areas that I didn't want sharpened, but experienced more control over this with the unsharp mask.
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Old December 30th, 2012, 05:30 AM
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I only recently learned this technique. Before I used the unsharp mask. Does anyone know the differences in quality between the two? I've experienced issues with both sharpening areas that I didn't want sharpened, but experienced more control over this with the unsharp mask.
I only use the unsharp mask to sharpen my images, but you must not go over 89 %,thus it will look lto exagerated and keep the radius very low at 3 and also the threshold. But play around with % and see for yourself. Happy Snapping
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