One of the most important steps in preparing your photos to be printed or shared digitally is sharpening.
One of the most important steps in preparing your photos to be printed or shared digitally is sharpening. Many photographers find the technical details and practical application of sharpening to be confusing. This course can help!
This course includes lessons to help you better understand what sharpening actually is, and how it impacts your photos right down to the pixel level. In addition, you'll learn specific techniques for applying optimal sharpening using a variety of tools, such as Adobe Camera Raw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Lightroom.
Going beyond the specific tools for applying a sharpening effect to your photos, you'll also learn about additional techniques that can help you extract maximum detail from your photos, while preserving and enhancing the quality of your images.
In short, if you'd like to truly understand the concepts related to sharpening your photos, and learn to apply sharpening with confidence for all types of sharing, this is the course for you!
Total Duration: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes
Lesson 1: What is Sharpening? (4:56)
Lesson 2: Signs of Oversharpening (4:23)
Lesson 3: When to Sharpen (5:13)
Lesson 4: When to Not Sharpen (3:16)
Lesson 5: In Camera Sharpening (2:11)
Lesson 6: Actual Pixels View (4:46)
Lesson 7: Basic Sharpening Settings (5:42)
Lesson 1: Capture Sharpening (8:08)
Lesson 2: Sharpening Workflow in Photoshop (6:20)
Lesson 3: Smart Sharpen in Photoshop (7:56)
Lesson 4: Preventing Color Shifts (6:11)
Lesson 5: Smooth Areas in Initial Sharpening (4:28)
Lesson 6: Smooth Areas in Photoshop (3:47)
Lesson 7: Clarity and Dehaze (4:24)
Lesson 8: High Pass Sharpening (4:02)
Lesson 9: Lightroom's Output Sharpening (4:12)
Lesson 10: Sharpening for Digital Output (5:04)
Lesson 11: Sharpening for Print (5:31)
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