How to Fix an Over Sharpened Image
Sharpening an image will make it pop out, and there are various sharpening tools or softwares available today which will help you to sharpen your images to such an extent that will even beat the image quality of a high end digital camera. However, this will not be the actual sharpness, and that’s why you cannot sharpen a blurred image. These softwares sharpen images by increasing the contrast of adjacent pixels. So it will give an illusion that the image is sharp.
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Today, we’ll apply this technique to our sharpening workflow. If you’ll recall in the last lesson, I showed an example of an image that was sharpened heavily, and the resulting halo along the edge boundary had developed some weird color shifts as a result of the sharpening...
This is an easy to follow design screencast tutorial. The tutorial is a quick tip which i find myself using time and time again when importing photographs into web design projects. I’m by far Photoshop expert on retouching photographs, but its a great little technique for sharpening and refining an image in Photoshop.
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