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Thoughts on a Sharpening Workflow
Thursday August 7, 2003

Section 1: Sharpening: A key to Your Workflow



by Bruce Fraser

Sharpening is one of the most-overlooked, yet most essential, components of the digital image reproduction workflow. I'm often asked when to sharpen, and what settings to use. The truth is that neither of these questions has a simple, or even a single, answer.

A necessary disclaimer: much of the substance of this article is grounded in the research I undertook to build a sharpening workflow product known as PhotoKit SHARPENER. The intention here isn't to write a puff piece for the product, but rather to explain the sharpening philosophy on which it is based. There are many good sharpening tools out there, not the least of which are the ones built into Photoshop, but until now no-one, to my knowledge, has really tried to come up with a rational sharpening workflow. This article is a first step in addressing that need.

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