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Dec 16, 2010 12:13 |  #1

Here's a 2 hour web seminar on Sharpening, by Andrew Rodney:

http://www.retouchpro.​com/index.php?page=rod​ney (external link)

Mr. Rodney is the author of Color Management for Photographers.

http://www.digitaldog.​net/ (external link)

From Andrew:
"Everyone knows that the Unsharp Mask filter can make your images sharper but are you using this tool to produce optimal sharpening? If you are conducting global sharpening of your images in Photoshop, not a chance. In this Webinar, we’ll cover best practices for sharpening your images using a workflow that takes into account capture, output and optionally, creative sharpening. You’ll see how sharpening in Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw might provide a superior and more productive method of sharpening your images from capture to print. You’ll see the latest version of an yet to be released Photoshop Plug-In for simple one-click sharpening within Photoshop. You’ll learn how to sharpen without increasing noise and grain and how to target the optimal tonal range of your images for capture and output to devices from halftone to Inkjet, to screen."


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Dec 16, 2010 12:34 |  #2

costs $10 to watch this Saturday


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Dec 16, 2010 12:37 |  #3

lettershop wrote in post #11463559 (external link)
costs $10 to watch this Saturday


Not just "watch". It's a LIVE seminar and you can ask questions at any time.


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Dec 16, 2010 13:12 |  #4

Be nice to see people putting his lessons about Camera Raw and Lightroom to work and then posting some projects in the Raw Conversion thread. I think a lot of people "tread lightly" when it comes to really maximizing sharpening in Raw processors.


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Dec 16, 2010 13:18 |  #5

I sharpen at the end of processing via high pass filter layer at 1.2 pixels, seems to work fine.


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Dec 16, 2010 13:44 |  #6

tonylong wrote in post #11463795 (external link)
Be nice to see people putting his lessons about Camera Raw and Lightroom to work and then posting some projects in the Raw Conversion thread. I think a lot of people "tread lightly" when it comes to really maximizing sharpening in Raw processors.

I've attended several of Andrew Rodney's seminars and learned something new and usable each time. I'm hoping this announcement will attract some of the newbies to PP.


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Dec 16, 2010 14:19 |  #7

ChasP505 wrote in post #11463971 (external link)
I've attended several of Andrew Rodney's seminars and learned something new and usable each time. I'm hoping this announcement will attract some of the newbies to PP.

Yeah, considering how often we get queries about sharpening, I'd hope so:)!


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Dec 17, 2010 00:43 |  #8

Hmmm 7am Sunday morning - have to think about that.


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