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High Pass Sharpen

Contributor: Matt Lauder

Length: 3.11

Added: 21/01/2010

Category: Free Tutorials

Photoshop is shipped with several filters that will sharpen your image according to your needs and then there are the numerous 3rd party applications that can do it also.

This tutorial shows a different technique used to sharpen the image with the High Pass Filter to not only add sharpness but also to add a hint of clarity as well.

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