Quickly Apply Targeted Sharpening – Photoshop Trick

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Learn this fantastic Photoshop technique to selectively sharpen areas in your photos using the High Pass Filter.

This technique is great for Creative Sharpening since it allows you to specifically target the areas where the sharpening effect will appear.

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📘 INDEX – Quickly Apply Targeted Sharpening in Photoshop
00:00 – Introduction
00:40 – Step 01: Duplicate Your Photo
00:47 – Step 02: Apply The Highpass Filter
01:45 – Step 03: Set The Blending Mode To Linear Light
02:26 – Step 04: Create a Black Layer Mask to Hide The Contents
02:54 – Step 05: Paint with White on The Mask to Reveal the Effect
4:33 – Final Thoughts

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