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Save Selection command
Saved Channels
scanned color negatives
scanned film
scanned images
     content sharpening
     edge masks
     film grain in 2nd
     noise reduction
     resizing
     resolution
     source sharpening
scanned transparencies
     large-format
     noise in
     vs. digital captures
scanner drivers
scanner noise
scanners 2nd
scans
     drum
     film 2nd 3rd
     hard-copy scans
     output sharpening
     unsharpened
Schewe, Jeff 2nd
screen [See also display ; monitor.]
     appearance of images on
     frequency 2nd
     judging sharpness with 2nd 3rd
     resolution 2nd 3rd
screening algorithms
screening, inkjet printers
selections
     described
     loading
     loading channels as 2nd 3rd 4th
Shadow tab
     Gaussian Blur
     Lens Blur
     Smart Sharpen 2nd
shadows
     fading
     noise
     plugged
Sharpen Edges filter
Sharpen filter [See also Amount control, Unsharp Mask filter.]
Sharpen More filter
Sharpen tool
sharpener analysis target
sharpening 2nd [See also optimization.]
     analog
    case studies for [See case studies.]
     considerations 2nd 3rd 4th
    content [See content sharpening.]
     context-sensitive
     continuous-tone
    creative [See automation, creative sharpening.]
     determining type of
     digital
     evaluating images for
     examples of
     for monitor display
    for output [See color negatives, output sharpening.]
     global 2nd 3rd
     halftone 2nd
     History Brush
     importance of
     in-camera
     in-RIP
     inappropriate
     inkjet
     issues
     midtone 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
    multipass [See multipass sharpening.]
     one-pass
     optical
     oversharpening 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
     overview
     pixels and 2nd 3rd
     post-sharpening control
     prepress
     presets for 2nd
     presharpening actions
     print 2nd
     problems with
     protecting areas from 2nd
     purpose of 2nd
     quality of
     resolution
     size-sensitive
    source [See color negatives, source sharpening.]
     strategies for
    techniques for [See sharpening techniques.]
    tools for [See sharpening tools.]
     traditional 2nd
     two-pass
     undersharpening 2nd 3rd 4th
     undo operations
     vs. digital noise reduction
     when to sharpen 2nd
sharpening brushes [See also opacity, brushes.]
     actions for
     before-and-after viewing
     depth-of-field
     haze-cutting 2nd
     History Brush
     overview
     special
     strategies for
     texture brushes 2nd
sharpening haloes [See haloes.]
sharpening layers
     automating 2nd
     Blend If settings for
     creating 2nd
sharpening masks [See blurring, masks.]
sharpening radius
sharpening techniques
     History feature
     layer masks
     luminosity blending
    output sharpening [See color negatives, output sharpening.]
     Overlay/High Pass sharpening
     overview
     sharpening layer controls
     sharpening on layers
     sharpening tonal ranges
sharpening tools
     analyzing sharpeners
     digital sharpening
     Sharpen Edges filter
     Sharpen filter
     Sharpen More filter
     Sharpen tool
     sharpener analysis target
     Smart Sharpen filter
     Unsharp Mask filter
sharpening workflow
     advantages of 2nd 3rd
     automated workflows 2nd 3rd 4th
     automating content sharpening
     content optimization
     controlling file size
     creative sharpening
     evaluating images
     initial optimization
    multipass sharpening [See multipass sharpening.]
     one-pass sharpening
     output sharpening 2nd
     overview
     post-sharpening control
     sharpening passes in
     single-pass sharpening 2nd 3rd
     source optimization, digital capture 2nd
     source optimization, film scans
     traditional sharpening
     when to sharpen 2nd
sharpness, judging with display 2nd 3rd
shooting raw 2nd 3rd
skin blemishes
skin texture 2nd 3rd 4th
Smart Sharpen dialog box
Smart Sharpen filter
     Advanced options
     Amount control 2nd
     controls 2nd
     Gaussian Blur 2nd
     issues
     Lens Blur 2nd
     masks
     Motion Blur 2nd
smoothing brushes 2nd [See also opacity, brushes.]
snapshots
soft images
softening
     correcting with output sharpening
     digital captures
     on output
softening masks
source optimization [See also image source.]
     actions for 2nd
     automating
     considerations
     examples of
     for color negatives
     for digital captures 2nd
     for display
     for film scans
     goal of
     sharpening layers
     strong noise reduction 2nd
     vs. content optimization
source sharpening
     automated sharpening layers
     color negatives
     considerations
     JPEG images
     large-format transparencies
     raw files
     scanned images
stochastic screening
Stop button 2nd 3rd
stops, inserting in actions
styles, layer 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th




Real World(c) Image Sharpening with Adobe Photoshop CS2(c) Industrial-Strength Production Techniques
Real World Image Sharpening with Adobe Photoshop CS2
ISBN: 0321449916
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2007
Pages: 71
Authors: Bruce Fraser

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