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Chapter 10. Sharpening: Getting an Edge ... > Techniques in the Workflow

Techniques in the Workflow

In our sharpening workflow, we use combinations of all the techniques covered in the previous section. In this section, we'll describe briefly how we incorporate these techniques into a sharpening workflow.

If we're working on images from scratch—either from a film scan or from a digital capture—we use two or three sharpening passes, as described in “When We Sharpen,” earlier in this chapter. When we have to deal with files that already have had some sharpening applied, we deal with them on a case-by-case basis. If we feel that they're adequately sharp, we may do no additional sharpening, or we may apply localized creative sharpening. If we have to resize the image for output, we'll almost certainly do a global sharpen after resize, tailored to the output process.


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