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    Smart Filter Sharpening

    Hey guys i found this website with a way to sharpen photo's...

    I think it works...

    pro_sharpening_in_photoshop_cs3_using_smart_filters

    I created an action for it but i'm not allowed to upload it as it tells me that it is an invalid file, So i gues you have to do it yourselves...

    Good luck


    Made into a zip file....so here you go...
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    Last edited by Roof; 29-03-2008 at 5:07pm. Reason: Uploaded zip file

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    Thanks for that Roof. Pretty much the same workflow I use now except without the Smart Sharpen aspect.
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    Same here Helen , But i thought i'll post it anyway.....

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    Txs Roof, I'll give that a go. I tend to use a high pass filter for sharpening so it will be interesting to see how this works.
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    Thanks for that Roof I've had a brief toy around with it and it seems quite promising.
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    No worries people

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    Emm.

    cool. I only just started to use it instead of just plain old USM or edge sharpen. Its great, but I don't think an action would be wise, as each image would need a certain amount of sharpening. Ah yes, you can use a mask. I forgot. Ooops/.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avian View Post
    Emm.

    cool. I only just started to use it instead of just plain old USM or edge sharpen. Its great, but I don't think an action would be wise, as each image would need a certain amount of sharpening. Ah yes, you can use a mask. I forgot. Ooops/.
    The action actually stops where the sharpening bit comes in and let you adjust the slider accordingly..

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    Thanks Roof for that, will have a play with it, as I have only used USM before,

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    Check out www.atncentral.com for more sharpening actions.........

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