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Thread: Taken with Fuji finepix 602, looks like slides

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    Cool!!! Just to addon the sharpening process,

    1. Convert to Lab mode, select "Lightness" channel, apply USM filter with the following settings
    - Amount = 100%
    - Radius = 2
    - Threshold = 2

    2. For the "a" channel, apply Gaussian Blur filter, raidus 1
    3. For the "b" channel, apply Gaussian Blur filter, raidus 1
    4. Convert back to RGB mode.


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    And darn, the red channel is using "Colour Burn" ? I was using "Darken" and the image appears to be bluish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Cool!!! Just to addon the sharpening process,

    1. Convert to Lab mode, select "Lightness" channel, apply USM filter with the following settings
    - Amount = 100%
    - Radius = 2
    - Threshold = 2

    2. For the "a" channel, apply Gaussian Blur filter, raidus 1
    3. For the "b" channel, apply Gaussian Blur filter, raidus 1
    4. Convert back to RGB mode.

    Thanks togu

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    WOW !!! this is great man..... But please can someone translate another step to english ?...

    Thanks,
    Andre

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    hmmm..... this is wat i get..... how is it?

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    Looks ok to me... would you care to share your workflow with us all?
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    Thanks Acieed! I am very busy these days, glad to see u help others make better understanding.

    Somehow I found the basic flow is far from enough to achive desired effect, at least to me. I think there are more things covered behind the screen, espeically a better understanding of PS and color management. Good to practice though. btw, I am not saying these Chinese photographers are how better, but they look to me keen in experiment, that's the most important thing.

    Have fun, to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfgang
    Looks ok to me... would you care to share your workflow with us all?
    eh..... i juz followed wat they had translated + some changes in the values..

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    Cool! Will try it out - thanks for the translation!

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