Sharpening an image with Unsharp Mask
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In this movie author Julieanne Kost discusses one of the most commonly used filters in Photoshop, the Unsharp Mask filter, which allows you to make an image appear sharper. She also talks about adjusting the three different variables for this filter: Amount, Radius, and Threshold.
Runtime : 00:05:18 Added : 11/06/2012
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