August 11, 2022


Editing Photography, Videos and 3D by Rich the Renegade

Fixing Over-Sharpening with High-Pass De-Sharpening

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Sometimes you are presented with an over-sharpened picture that you have to edit. Here is a way you can remove some of the more extreme sharpening effects by using a high-pass filter and then do a kind of reversed, inverse sharpening (‘de-sharpening’) with it.

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