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Photoshop: Sharpening With High Pass

PhotoshopIcon Photoshop: Sharpening With High PassPhotoshop: Sharpening Images

If your like me, you sometimes have a great picture which from no fault of your own is a bit fuzzy. I have some great pictures but they never look as good as when you were there(specifically night shots which are slightly over-exposed)!

Sharpening images in Photoshop is always a painful process, because you never get them the way you saw them with your own eyes. Using the sharpen filters in Photoshop do work but never exactly the way you want. Plus, the fact that your sharpening options perform a destructive effect on your image. You are much better off trying to use a way of sharpening an image which is undestructive.

Sharpening Images In Photoshop without being Destuctive

Well, there is a better way which this video will explain. Using the “High Pass” filter in Photoshop can perform nothing short of miracles. Within 6 minutes you will be able to control how much sharpness you put on an image. i have had several people comment on this video saying they have had remarkable results with underwater and night shots! I for one don’t use the options of Smart Sharpen as I feel some control over you image is lost and not to mention the destructive attitude of these filters.

So sit back and watch something that really will give you an edge over any automatic facility and bring some life back to your images!

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329 Comments

  1. lennartkns says
    22 Oct 13 at 9:05am

    very nicet tip ;D

  2. angry bob says
    04 Mar 13 at 7:57pm

    Absolutely amazing… Thank you for taking the time to create this tutorial…

  3. frigga says
    10 Feb 13 at 4:32pm

    thank you so much !

  4. TheMightyN43 says
    24 Jan 13 at 8:49am

    Awesome tutorials! Thx!

  5. NeoQuello says
    27 Aug 12 at 6:14pm

    HELP….
    i have a blurry image…
    Can somebody please do this for me??…
    PLEASE.. PLEASE … PLEASE????

  6. RudeMcNasty says
    18 Jun 12 at 7:15pm

    Absolutely brilliant! People in my village will sing songs of your greatness, your name will be passed along from generation to generation, but seriously it was good.

  7. 18 Jun 12 at 7:15pm

    [..YouTube..] Absolutely brilliant! People in my village will sing songs of your greatness, your name will be passed along from generation to generation, but seriously it was good.

  8. 01 May 12 at 1:38pm

    [..YouTube..] awesome trick…thanx

  9. crenwick123 says
    23 Feb 12 at 5:46am

    So strange..I live in Singapore 😛

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