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3 Make An Action
Why not semi-automate your creative sharpening? By using a combination of the Select Subject and Focus Area commands, you can quickly isolate and sharpen just the in-focus parts of your subject. Even better, you can make an action that will do it in
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Step By Step Sharpen And Soften
Press Cmd/Ctrl+J to copy the Background layer. Go to Filter > Other > High Pass and Radius set between 20 and 30px. Click OK to confirm. Set the layer’s Blending Mode to Soft Light, then press Cmd/Ctrl+I to invert tones. Altclick Add Mask to hide the
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4 Exclude Skin Tones
With portraits we often want to sharpen details like the eyes, lashes and lips, while leaving the skin alone. The Color Range command (Select > Color Range) has a handy Detect Faces option and a Skin Tones preset that can help you quickly select skin