Make a photo look sharper and higher definition with this effect.
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With the advent of high-definition screens, web designers now have to make sure that the images they use are optimized for HD. Skipping this process may render websites blurry or pixelated, leaving a not so good impression on visitors. One of the best ways to deal with HD screens is to use Vector Graphic whenever possible.
You might be familiar with some of the standard sharpening methods that Photoshop offers, including Sharpen, Sharpen More, and Unsharp Mask. But have you ever stopped to consider whether these sharpening filters are the best way to give you crisp, clean looking images? The truth is, there is a better way, and it's called high pass sharpening. High pass sharpening is what the pros use to make their photos really pop. High pass sharpening in Photoshop allows you to sharpen the most important areas of your photographs without effecting the rest of your image.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you the last sharpening technique and it is called the High Pass technique. High Pass filter is one of the obscure Photoshop filters that tries to determine the edges in an image. When you blend the High Pass layer with the original unsharpened image, you get a great looking image. Throughout this course we will show you different blend modes and give you tips and tricks to improving the image quality.
Seeing as our brains can only process images so quickly, we often find high-speed photography to be very intriguing because it captures something that our eyes and brain cannot process fast enough. High-speed photography freezes actions and movements, allowing you to view a single moment in time for as long as you wish. The more movement and actions you add, the more intriguing it becomes. In this video, photographer Evan Sharboneau shows you how to create high-speed powder photography using some easy-to-find products and a little creativity:
Use Photoshop CS3's new Zoomify Export feature to make high quality, high resolution images that zoom and pan with ease on your website for fast interactive viewing.
Professional photographer jargon calls strong, unnatural over-exposure "High key". This is what we try to emulate in this article by preparing a B&W high key version of a color image. The procedure is further spiced by leaving the eyes colored, so that the gaze and the color catch the viewer's eyes.
Photoshop offers many sharpening options but there is one that often gets overlooked and this is High Pass Sharpening. The High Pass filter does not reside with the other sharpening filters but lives under the Other section in the filter menu. This filter is particularly good for photographs with lots of detail but can be used for portraits too, if used in conjunction with a layer mask.
Perhaps you’ve tried quite a few times to take a picture of a fast-moving car or motorcycle, and you’ve ended up with just a blurry image. But, behold, here we tell you how to capture an incredible high-speed image outside a studio. Just be a bit patient as high-speed photography is an art that needs to be mastered and the learning process can sometimes be a bit frustrating.
Learn all of the effects needed to recreate the sexy, dark, and inviting High Class Heels newsletter template.
Lightroom’s Clarity slider increases midtone contrast, and does a pretty nice job of enhancing texture and giving your subjects a gritty look, but if you really want to take it to the next level, jump over to Photoshop and apply this high-contrast, mutli-layer tonal contrast effect. Open the image you want to apply a high-contrast look to in Photoshop. This effect seems to look best on shots that have a lot of contrasty lighting (I usually put two lights behind my subject, one on either side, to create a bright rim light on either side of their face...