Posted by: Michael | 15/02/2008

High Pass or Smart Sharpen Filters

I scanned a print one of my prints this morning: 11×14 Oriental Glossy. It was shot with Tri-X and developed in Rodinal. I am experimenting how to get the scan to match the print. This is a comparison of Smart Filter verses using the High Pass
Filter for sharpening. The only other manipulation I did was to use a B&W convert layer since I scanned the B&W image in color – getting as much data as I can.

[Click on thumbnail to see larger image.]
Shakespeare’s Sister Court Street between Kane and DeGraw Sts, Smart Sharpening.

Shakespeare’s Sister

Shakespeare’s Sister Court Street between Kane and DeGraw Sts, High Pass Filter.

Shakespeare’s Sister Court Street between Kane and DeGraw Sts, High Pass Filter.

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