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In this short video i show you how to sharpen and fix slightly blurred images.
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What's good YouTube? Its Creative Ice Media Group here and I haven’t made a tutorial in a long time and that’s mainly because I've been busy. Back to school, I have exams. I get right at it, today I'm going to make a tutorial on how, not fix pop, how to slightly improve blurry images to make them a bit more sharper. As you can see, this is the after, this is before. After. It’s not a huge difference, but it is a significant difference. First thing you want to do is put your image into Photoshop. Unlock the layer. And duplicate the layer. Now I look like a complete retard. Alright. There we go. We duplicate it. And go filter, other, high pass. And you want to do a high pass between 3 and 8. So I'm going to do 7.2. Alright. Press OK. Change the blend mode overlay. And if we look at the before and after, there's a big difference. It’s not perfect, didn’t say that’s its going to be perfect. But it is decent. So yeah. Thanks for watching this. Comment me on what you thought of the tutorial. Rate it 5 stars, please guys. Favorite. Post a video response of how you done it or if you have a better way. Post a video response. Please do something guys, tell your friends about this video. Post it on a website, et cetera, et cetera. Anything else? Follow me on Twitter guys. Link in the side bar. Follow me on, add me on Facebook. Again, link in the side bar. I'm not sure, I think that’s it. Sorry about the short tutorial, I know it’s not really exciting, but I don’t really have much time this days. I'm going to try to quality tutorial soon. But, you guys might have notice that I'm on a Mac now. I think that’s it. I have no more news for you guys. Everything else is boring. Alright, cool. Till the next time guys, peace.