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    DPP Member chipsillesa's Avatar
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique



    Thanks for the share, I just recorded and saved the action for future use, can't wait to try it out over the weekend
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    how come i find this technique to make the photo over contrasy? or i shouldnt use the medium contrast / curves contrast in lightroom?
    i often edit everything in lightroom then export to JPEG and import to photoshop, then apply this sharpening

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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique

    Thanks for the share ٩◔‿◔۶
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    Re: The Manny Librodo Sharpening Technique



    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Tuason View Post
    Guys I want to share with you Manny Librodo's Sharpening moves. He has shared this with others and has mentioned that this is his way of "paying it forward". I suggest you give it a try and you will be surpised with the quality. One caveat, there really is no one set formula for sharpening so you may want to experiment with different amounts for different images.

    Now if you have any questions about the moves and what they achieve, please ask and the photoshop experts on our forum will answer.

    So to Mr. Manny Librodo, a big thanks.

    Here it is:

    Background copy
    USM 18-40-0
    USM 150-.3-0
    Edit>Fade USM 100% in Darken Mode
    USM 150-.3-0
    Edit>Fade USM 50% in Lighten Mode
    Flatten image


    I'm a newbie here. I'm really fascinated with Manny Librodo's work. I'll try this step, hope i can follow it, if not I'll ask for help here.

 

 

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