Larry introduces you to a fantastic way of sharpening your images before printing them – using the High Pass filter!
Articles tagged with sharpening
Which of Elements’ many sharpening tools to use on your photo? We explain the differences and show you how to get the best results from each tool for crisp, clear details every time.
As wacky as it sounds, sharpening clouds can give your landscape photos a quality POP! Larry takes you through the process with a very basic step-by-step.
Push your edits further and save photos that might otherwise be ruined by shooting in your camera’s Raw mode. We’ll show you how to get started.
Use the Masking slider inside Camera Raw’s Sharpening tab get the best possible sharpening–via an edge mask–before bringing your photo into Elements.
Mike uses three different images — landscape, portrait, and an underexposed photo — to illustrate how to work with the tools and sliders inside Camera Raw.
Matt shares one of his favorite techniques for sharpening landscape photos, using an edge mask created from the Find Edges filter.
For portraits and photos with shallow depth of field, the High Pass filter lets you focus your sharpening power just where you need it.
Being able to manipulate certain aspects of your image is a very powerful skill to have. Mike shows you all the tools that will allow you to enhance different aspects of your images for big impact and results.
A lot of your images may need a bit of sharpening to bring out the details you may miss otherwise. Mike shows you how to use a light hand when bringing out details in your images.
Sharpening is one of the key steps to making your portraits really stand out. But the specific areas that are sharpened are nearly as important as the sharpening itself.
Dave shows you the Smart Blur filter and how you can soften a sharpened portrait.
Shooting, scanning, resampling, and printing digital files naturally introduce softness. You can compensate for some of that softness by applying these sharpening techniques in Elements.