Monday, September 25, 2006

Fixing Haze in Digital Photos

This tutorial will help out Photoshop students figure out how to sharpen up their digital photos.

The original article was geared to making subtle highlights like shadows standout for printed photos, but it seems to work for improving the look of images taken on a couple hazy mornings in China. The trick involves using some kind of Unsharp Mask filter, which as defined by the Photoshop Elements help file is a technique for giving the illusion of greater detail in an image (sharpness) by increasing the contrast between the light and dark areas of the image.

Interested in knowing more: Fixing Haze in Digital Photos

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