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Old Nov 17, 2005, 10:37 PM   #1
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When using High Pass both pictures are greyed out how can I tell when I have enough without closing ang comming back. Is there a setting in Elements that allows me to see the real picture as a preview before I save it?
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Old Nov 20, 2005, 9:50 AM   #2
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When using High Pass both pictures are greyed out how can I tell when I have enough without closing ang comming back. Is there a setting in Elements that allows me to see the real picture as a preview before I save it?
Using the High Pass filter

On the Layer palette select your Background Layer and right click. Select Duplicate Layer.

* With this new layer highlighted select Filter / Other / High Pass. Set the Radius to 10 and click OK.

* Zoom into your image to Actual Pixels level so you can better see what you're going to do next.

* Go back to the Layer Palette and select Hard Light from the left drop down.

* Now go to the Opacity Slider and select a level of sharpening that seems best to you. Usually something between 20% and 70% will be best.

(Plagerised from someone) Dave
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