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Unsharp Mask: How Do You Actually Use That Thing?

Monday, June 16, 2008 - Lawrence Hsu | BC

You never had to sharpen your photos when you were using film, so why do digital photos need it? Because film and digital cameras record images differently, young padawan. Read on…

For the lazy ones:

  • All-purpose sharpening: amount=85, radius=1, threshold=4
  • Sharpening for the web: amount=400, radius=0.3, threshold=0

Unsharp Mask: How Do You Actually Use That Thing? from Photojojo

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