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Sharpening images. Make a merge layer …hold ALT key and choose “create new layer” icon. Name it Sharpen. Go to Layer>merge visible (hold ALT key before and when you click) Change the mode of the layer to Luminosity Change the opacity of the layer to 65%

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sharpening images
Sharpening images
  • Make a merge layer…holdALT key and choose “create new layer” icon. Name it Sharpen.
  • Go to Layer>merge visible (hold ALT key before and when you click)
  • Change the mode of the layer to Luminosity
  • Change the opacity of the layer to 65%
  • Adjust the magnification to 50% (zoom in)
  • Go to Filter>Sharpen>unsharp mask…a dialoguebox appears:

Amount = 350-400

Radius = .6

Threshold = 0

You want the edges to snap! But don’t over sharpen.

Radius affects the edges…too much radius can create white lines around edges!

final sharp
Final Sharp
  • Make an empty layer…nameit Final Sharp
  • Merge into new layer (hold ALT key)
  • Change layer mode to Luminosity
  • Filter>unsharpmask
  • Change threshold to 4
  • Change layer mode to Overlay, opacity to 50%
  • Filter>other>High Pass
  • If too sharp reduce opacity of layer

This final sharpening can make a huge but subtle difference in your prints…it was developed by a Photoshop master and is used by the pros.