How To: Use the high pass sharpening filter in Photoshop

Use the high pass sharpening filter in Photoshop

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to sharpen photos in Adobe Photoshop CS3. Begin by opening the image in the program and duplicate the image layer. To duplicate, press the control and J button. With that images, go to Filter, choose Other and select High Pass. The images will now be covered entirely of gray. It is recommended to set the radius as 5-6 pixels and then press OK. Change the layer blending mode to overlay, soft light, hard light, vivid light or linear light. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy using Photoshop to edit images, and would like to enhance or clarify a photo but increasing it's sharpness.

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