Now remember, sharpening isn’t going to fix a blurry shot, it’s only going to make an already sharp image look pin-sharp. As you probably already know (as with anything else), moderation is key! Over-sharpening an image can destroy it and make it look awful. But with the right amount of sharpening, you can really bring an image to life.
If you give this sharpening technique a try, feel free to tweet a before and after pic to @outdoorphotoza and @MotionFactoryM!
- To show layer mask – Alt + Shift + click on layer mask.
- When painting the mask – make sure the brackets (indicating which layer is selected) are around the mask and not on the picture itself