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7. Low Resolution on a Grand Scale: Maki... > 7.4. Dealing with Specific Image Pro...

Dealing with Specific Image Problems

Once the cleanup or background work is done, continue with the remaining changes.

Sharpening Image Details

If the image looks soft in the main focal point of the image, you can try and add Unsharp Masking to the image, the before and after of affects of which you can see in Figure 7-19 and Figure 7-20. You may sharpen the image to a small degree, but you will also introduce noise to the image. Start by adding Unsharp Masking and experiment with different variables to see if you achieve an effective result. If not, you’ll need to use masks and the Clone tool to produce sharp edges on your object. Typically, Unsharp Masking isn’t very effective because the blurred image edge is too wide to sharpen.


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