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Old November 2nd, 2011, 08:37 PM
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High Pass Sharpening

I just read a post which said there was a video tutorial about using the high pass sharpening. Could someone direct me how to get to it please. tried searching but came up with no results.
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Old November 2nd, 2011, 08:42 PM
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Hi Gabby,

ARe you a PET subscriber? If so, there is an article by Liz Ness on high pass sharpening that can be accessed HERE.
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Old November 2nd, 2011, 08:43 PM
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And a video by Corey Barker, HERE.
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And also a video by Dave Cross -- Quick Sharpening.
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High Pass Sharpening

Constantly amazes me how quickly I get replies on this forum - thanks guys.
No I'm not a PET subscriber yet, have only recently opted to get their test package and was tossing up whether to subscribe or not. Sounds like it may be a good option to do so.
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AusGabby,

So that you don't feel "stuck" while deliberating about becoming a subscriber, here is something for you.

Adjustable Sharpening with the High Pass Filter
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High pass sharpening is just about all I use. I do a lot of portraits and will do it selectively. I never sharpen an entire image. Just bits and pieces.

I can tell you I leave my settings at 6.5, change my blend mode to soft light and do each sharpen on it's own layer so the opacity can be adjusted as needed.
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I can tell you I leave my settings at 6.5, change my blend mode to soft light and do each sharpen on it's own layer so the opacity can be adjusted as needed.
Thank you Kimi!
This is a really good tip.
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Kimi,
A great technique. Thanks for sharing. Works like a charm.
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High pass sharpening is just about all I use. I do a lot of portraits and will do it selectively. I never sharpen an entire image. Just bits and pieces.

I can tell you I leave my settings at 6.5, change my blend mode to soft light and do each sharpen on it's own layer so the opacity can be adjusted as needed.
Thanks for sharing your secret recipe, Kimi. Is it generally just the eyes, mouth and maybe nostrils that you sharpen on portraits?
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