unsharpen_after

© Eileen W. Thompson

unsharpen_after

Uploaded: April 08, 2008

Description

This was the results of the Unsharp Mask. I did also experiment with the Hue/Saturation layer. Did I apply the layers correctly? If I inserted a clone stamp and healing layer, where would I put it? I ended up doing the repair on the petal and then flattening the photo before I started the sharpening. I'm not sure this photo is tremendously improved. Will appreciate your feedback. I'm still experimenting.

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