Rick, This IS the BEST sharpening technique Ive come across!
Ive been using in for some months now. In fact I rarely use anything else. I have also created an action for it that I use on images where I cant be bothered to go through the whole process. It works really well and if the effect is too much, you can always back off the opacity.
Thanks for the tutorial !
This is such a great resource. It makes so much sense to present the gamuts this way. Designers and artists are all visual learners and you’ve really broken it down for us!
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I shared this vid in class last semester. This is my go to for sharpening.
Great! Really helped me! +1
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I love this tutorial you explained everything perfectly and its something I never really knew! Usually I do my sharpening in lightroom because of the detail and masking sliders but I’m definitely going to have to give this a shot! Thanks!