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Feb 07, 2017 11:21 |  #481

Pete wrote in post #5079709 (external link)
Here's my creative sharpening tutorial that I knocked up last year.

http://www.the-aperture.com/EdgeMaskS​harpen.htm (external link)

Basically, it's a technique for targeting extreme sharpening at finely defined parts of your image.

This allows you to achive tack sharp results without affecting the fine, subtle detail.

Compare how sharp the detail is on the nut of this wheel with the subltly kept on the laquer finish.

http://www.the-aperture.com/EE/photos​/large/IMG_0788.jpg (external link)

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Feb 07, 2017 22:12 |  #482

PhotoDelights wrote in post #18266926 (external link)
Your page will not load for me?

This thread is 9 years old and Pete has not been active here for over 3 years so it is unlikely that you will get a response from him. Try using the search feature to search for newer threads concerning the subject of sharpening.


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Feb 08, 2017 01:41 |  #483

rrblint wrote in post #18267447 (external link)
This thread is 9 years old and Pete has not been active here for over 3 years so it is unlikely that you will get a response from him. Try using the search feature to search for newer threads concerning the subject of sharpening.

It shouldn't really be a sticky thread if the links don't work and there are better threads on the subject.




  
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