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Photoshop Sharpen Tool

Updated on November 27, 2015

Photoshop Sharpen Tool

All digital photographs lose a certain amount of sharpness. That means that most photographs will look a bit blurred and their details won't be as prominent. Basically, sharpening makes the edges of a photographed object appear more distinct.

When a digital photograph is taken the camera converts all the visual data that it receives into lots of 1s and 0s. Basically, what that means is that the camera doesn't really know what it's actually "seeing". It takes all the data available to it and just dumps all the information on to disk with out differentiating between the important stuff and the not so important stuff. For example, if you take a picture of a fly sitting on white marble, the camera will pay as much attention to the white marble as it does to the object of the photograph, the fly.

Sharpen Tool Video Tutorial

Using Photoshop For Photo Restoration

Digital photo restoration can save irreplaceable heirloom pictures and preserve an important part of your family history. Whether it be a torn edge, damaged corner, creases, cracks, water stains or rips and tears, Iridis Imaging provides an expert restoration service to return your photos to their original glory.

Using the most sophisticated computer software, the results that can be achieved are quite astonishing. No matter how badly the extent of the damage to your photo an improvement is almost always possible and in most cases a total restoration to the photos original quality.

Getting your photos to us is easy. You can either send them in the post or directly upload a scanned image. All photos are returned using Royal Mail's Recorded Delivery Service.

Photo Restoration Example - Before & After

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      FlashManElk 7 years ago

      nice lens, cheers for the tutorial.